Strategy for a Safer Ontario: public discussion paper

A discussion paper outlining the seven key areas the government will publically consult on as it develops the Strategy for a Safer Ontario; the province’s new community-based policing strategy. Message from Minister Yasir Naqvi Ontario recently announced that it would hold public consultations to help develop the Strategy for a Safer Ontario, the province’s new…

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Dispelling the Myths About Sharing Information with Children’s Aid Societies

Common misunderstandings about privacy are frequently cited as reasons for not sharing information with a children’s aid society (CAS) about a child who may be at risk. In fact, Ontario law permits professionals working with children to share this information. To help professionals understand that privacy is not a barrier to disclosing this important information,…

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Travel Smart app-Access key information even while you are travelling

http://travel.gc.ca/docs/video/travelsmart-app-promo-eng.mp4 Find up-to-date travel advice and advisories on over 200 destinations worldwide. Find emergency contact information for embassies and consulates abroad and the 24-7 Emergency Watch and Reponse Centre in Ottawa. Find continuously updated wait times at key Canada-U.S. border crossings listed by distance from your location. Connect to Travel.gc.ca’s social media accounts, where you…

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Bio Urns – How to become a tree after you die

The Bios Urn is a fully biodegradable urn designed to convert you into a tree after life. Mainly composed of two parts, the urn contains a seed which will grow to in the name of your loved one. Bios Urn turns death into a transformation and a return to life through nature. https://urnabios.com/

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Four Best Tips on Teaching Resilience to Your Child

Is being resilient good for children? It is common for children to experience setbacks, unwanted challenges, failures and even difficulties at school. How are the children coping with these? Resilience is the ability to take control of self during difficult situations, failures, challenges, and setbacks. Resilient children are those who are able to effectively handle…

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Steps in a Family Law Case: Before you start

This flowchart shows you the steps that can happen in a family law court case in Ontario. It applies only to court cases dealing with child custody and access, child support, spousal support, and property division. It also gives you basic information about what happens and what you may need to do at each step….

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