Vacations are supposed to calm you down, but it’s easy to get sick and stressed amid all the hubbub of traveling. Don’t let this happen to you! Read these articles for information on staying healthy and safe on the go, getting along with your travel partner, avoiding air travel illness, beating jet lag, and much more.
Whether they’re your own or just visiting, help protect children from the potential dangers in your home. Children are curious about the world around them. They have a natural desire to explore and learn. And while you can never completely protect them from getting hurt, the following steps can help you minimize their chances of injury in your home.
Your questions, answered by Cindi Seddon, cofounder of Coquitlam's Bully B'ware program, and a teacher as well as a school principal, and Halifax Regional Police officer Ian Burke, who conceived of and runs an Anti-bullying Hotline that receives hundreds of calls annually from both children and parents. Burke’s anti-bullying program is delivered to about 22,000 children each year, from pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 students in Halifax, Dartmouth and Bedford. His own three children attend elementary school and junior high.