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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If the Media Calls: A Guide for Crime Victims & Survivors

A Quick Guide: Things to Know You always have a choice about whether to speak to the media or not. If you choose to speak with the media it is important to understand that you will have little control over what is actually reported and how it is presented to the public. Never speak “off…

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What is Together to Live?

http://www.togethertolive.ca/what-together-live Together to Live is an evergreen online toolkit for addressing youth suicide in your community. The Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health (the Centre) created this website as a tool for service providers working with children and youth to help them bring their community together to prevent youth suicide. Communities are unique. There’s no “one size fits all”…

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November is Make a Will Month

  More than half of adult Canadians do not have a Last Will and Testament*, and 61% of Canadians say they never talked about estate planning with their late parents.* It’s time to have that talk: We are excited to announce the launch of Make a Will month 2015! This November, the Ontario Bar Association…

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