On-line Safety

Technology is increasingly becoming a dominating aspect of our everyday lives. The internet provides excellent services, access to information, easy communication, education, and more. However, there are still dangers associated with being online, especially if you are a child. This blog will discuss some basic online safety guidelines for children and parents.   Below are...
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Halloween Safety

Halloween Safety Blog   Halloween is always an exciting time of year. While you and your children are setting up Halloween decorations, carving out pumpkins, or planning costumes, don’t forget that it is important to stay safe during Halloween in order to have the best possible experience! Below are a few tips that should be...
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You Are Not Alone

You Are Not Alone – Missing Persons Week   Each year, Missing Persons Week is dedicated to all of the missing people across Saskatchewan. It is organized by the Provincial Partnership Committee on Missing Persons, and is made up of government representatives, police, and Indigenous and community-based organizations. Generally, it takes place for a week...
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Importance of Physical Activity

Physical activity is one of the most important aspects of a child’s overall health. Being physically active is more important than ever, as exercise levels have continued to drop and cardiovascular diseases have continued to rise in Canadians. It is also important to make sure your children are physically active from a young age and...
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School Safety

As September approaches, parents are getting their children new school supplies, shopping for back to school clothes, and returning to the regular hustle and bustle of a new school year. However, as we can’t keep an eye on them while they are away from home, it is important to equip our children with the right...
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Keep Calm and Communicate

The Futile Effort of Monitoring your Child’s Social Media Behaviour It starts out well intentioned.  We monitor our child’s on-line activities, we put the lap top in our kitchens, do the “over the shoulder” parental screen check and compile a list of passwords. We “friend” them on facebook and “follow” them on twitter, we threaten...
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