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Get Onboard Canada’s First-Ever Virtual Boat Show

Toronto International Boat Show Launches Online January 18 – 24, 2021. Sign-up for all-access to new products, virtual boat tours, live-streamed events, workshops and seminars, and exclusive show deals on thousands of boats and accessories This past year as the global pandemic shifted workplace and social behaviours, one thing remains

Online Books & Stories

Kids Lit Online: Free Children’s Stories and Books

Kids stuck at home with nothing to do during COVID-19 closures? Take a virtual tour of some of the most notable aquariums across North America, explore the exhibits and watch live feeds of otters, sharks and penguins!

5+ Inspiring Books for Teens

5+ Inspiring Books for Teens & Tweens

Being a teen comes with it’s own unique set of challenges, while the doors open to new freedoms, so too come new doubts, anxiety and even struggles with self-identity. Parenting Teens and Tweens can be an equal challenge and while parents may have the best intentions when giving out inspirational advice –

Little Canada helps Canadians think big (and small) this holiday season

Surprise your loved ones with these unique gift ideas As the weather turns colder and the nights get longer, Canadians are reminded that the holiday season is right around the corner. Between juggling online work and school, navigating long (but physically distanced) lines at malls and online shopping stock shortages,

Hockey Barbie

New Hockey Barbie Dolls Inspire Canadian Girls To Play Hockey

This holiday season Tim Hortons® and Barbie® are launching the Tim Hortons Hockey Barbie® dolls at participating restaurants across Canada! 100 percent of Tim Hortons’ net proceeds will be donated to the Hockey Canada Foundation to support girls’ hockey. The partnership — which also includes Tim Hortons new Hockey Barbie donuts, as

Winter Programs Guide

Winter Programs & Classes Guide

Parents guide to online and traditional winter programs and classes for kids in and around the Toronto area. Be sure to also check our Kids Directories and Event Guides for other venue’s that offer kids programs, both in person and virtual.

The Rise of Cooking at Home

Talk to anyone and you know that cooking at home has become commonplace again! Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been a tremendous surge in home cooked meals. People are staying closer to home and choosing to take up the culinary arts. This trend will likely continue

Holiday Break Family Events GTA

Holiday Event Fun Guide

Annual Holiday Event Guide for GTA families. Find COVID safe new events, along with annual favourites. We’ve gathered our top picks from November to early January, be sure to schedule a family outing or two!

Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass

The Canadian Ski Council SnowPass is here – offering 4th and 5th graders three complimentary lift tickets at each of the 150 participating ski areas, all across Canada.

Winter Break Camps Guide

Winter Break Camps Guide

It’s time to start thinking about Winter Break and how you will keep the kids busy over the two week school break. Most camps are now taking registrations for single day and full-week programs. See below for a selection of kids programs in the GTA and be sure to also

The Three Brothers, by Marie-Louis Gay

The Three Brothers

From world-renowned author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, a story about three brothers who set off in search of wild animals in a changing climate.  This gentle adventure story about the effects of climate change ends on a hopeful note.  Finn and his younger brothers, Leo and Ooley, love reading stories

Big Screen Halloween

Big Screen Halloween

Cineplex has movie-lovers covered with Halloween flicks across all genres. Cineplex will celebrate the spooky season with Big Screen Halloween featuring select $5 movies from October 23 to November 1. The family movies include Monster House (2006), Hotel Transylvania (2012) and Goosebumps (2015); films for teens include Annabelle (2014), The

MCKHOOL & THE GANG – Kids Halloween Zoom Party!

JUNO Award nominee and MASC artist Chris McKhool invites children across Canada to a virtual song and dance party on Saturday, October 31 at 6:00pm EST Halloween 2020 is bound to look a little different. As parents watch the cases of Covid-19 continue to rise, many are trying to figure

Chef Shai Spooky Zombie Finger Cookies

Make your own Spooky Zombie Finger Cookies!

To help get your kids into the kitchen, check out these FUN cookies!! Since Halloween is just around the corner, we have a ghoulishly delicious recipe for the whole family: Spooky Zombie Finger Cookies! A ghoulishly delicious recipe for the whole family About Chef Shai: Inspired by her passion for

Scouts Canada Guide to Raising Resilient Children

Raising Resilient Children During the Pandemic and Beyond

Scouts Canada and Leading Expert Dr. Hanley-Dafoe have Developed a Parents’ Guide for Fostering Resilient Children Youth can Scout for free all fall; sign up at Scouts.ca Resilience is essential for coping with risk factors, challenges, uncertainty, and stress, as well as for building positive mental health, emotional wellbeing, social relationships,

Pumpkin Patches in the GTA

Perfect Pumpkin Picking Patches in and around the GTA

Pumpkin picking season has arrived! We’ve gathered up the best places to find pumpkins in the GTA, as well as those destinations that make for a perfect day trip or fall colours drive. Did we miss one? Let us know your favourite pumpkin patch in the comments section below. 2020

The Name I Call Myself

The Name I Call Myself

Meet Ari, a young person who doesn’t like to be called by their birth name Edward: “When I think of the name Edward, I imagine old kings who snore a lot.” Throughout this beautiful and engaging picture book, we watch Ari grow up before our very eyes as they navigate

Online Books & Stories

Kids Lit Online: Free Children’s Stories and Books

Kids stuck at home with nothing to do during COVID-19 closures? Take a virtual tour of some of the most notable aquariums across North America, explore the exhibits and watch live feeds of otters, sharks and penguins!

Winter Programs Guide

Winter Programs & Classes Guide

Parents guide to online and traditional winter programs and classes for kids in and around the Toronto area. Be sure to also check our Kids Directories and Event Guides for other venue’s that offer kids programs, both in person and virtual.

The Rise of Cooking at Home

Talk to anyone and you know that cooking at home has become commonplace again! Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic there has been a

Holiday Break Family Events GTA

Holiday Event Fun Guide

Annual Holiday Event Guide for GTA families. Find COVID safe new events, along with annual favourites. We’ve gathered our top picks from November to early January, be sure to schedule a family outing or two!

Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass

The Canadian Ski Council SnowPass is here – offering 4th and 5th graders three complimentary lift tickets at each of the 150 participating ski areas, all across Canada.

Winter Break Camps Guide

Winter Break Camps Guide

It’s time to start thinking about Winter Break and how you will keep the kids busy over the two week school break. Most camps are

The Three Brothers, by Marie-Louis Gay

The Three Brothers

From world-renowned author and illustrator Marie-Louise Gay, a story about three brothers who set off in search of wild animals in a changing climate.  This

Big Screen Halloween

Big Screen Halloween

Cineplex has movie-lovers covered with Halloween flicks across all genres. Cineplex will celebrate the spooky season with Big Screen Halloween featuring select $5 movies from

The Name I Call Myself

The Name I Call Myself

Meet Ari, a young person who doesn’t like to be called by their birth name Edward: “When I think of the name Edward, I imagine

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