• Celebrating the land we call our Home

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    Today, July 1, 2022 we celebrate
    the land we call our home.
    We are so thankful for the land,
    the water, the communities that
    surround us…all the wonderful
    things that connect us to each other. ⁠

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  • National Indigenous Peoples Day

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    It’s National Indigenous Peoples Day!
    Today, (and every day) we honour and celebrate
    the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples
    across this land.

    There are a number of different ways to recognize
    and celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day,
    but here are 3 ways…

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  • Happy Father’s Day

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    Happy Father’s Day
    Thinking of all the fathers, uncles, grandads,
    caregivers stepping into that role,
    children missing their fathers,
    folks with challenging relationships
    with their dads,
    those who long to be parents,
    caregivers missing their children,
    adoptive & foster dads…
    May you feel cared for, loved, and safe
    on this special day

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  • Consent and Boundaries Workshop

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    As parents and guardians, we can worry about keeping our children safe – whether that’s from scrapes and bruises or hurt feelings. But what about protection from unsafe relationships and abuse? Body safety education can play a role in empowering children with preventative skills. We can teach our little ones to seek help or self-advocate if they feel unsafe or experience abuse.

    In this foundational workshop, we will learn how to begin or continue practicing healthy boundaries, consent, and body safety. We will cover how adults can model safe relationships, pass along healthy body messages, and teach bodily autonomy. In this way, parents and guardians can create a home environment where there is an understanding of consent and a respect for the boundaries of self and others.

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  • Happy Pride Month!

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    “Rise up like an ocean wave, be yourself:
    Free and Brave!”
    – excerpt from My Own Way, by Joana Estrela.
    Happy Pride Month! We love you, we see you,
    and we are SO proud of you. 🏳️‍🌈

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  • Connecting Before Correcting

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    “You cannot teach the mind
    before you have the heart.
    Connect before you direct.”
    – Dr. Gordon Neufeld.

    Read on to explore some connection strategies…

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  • Mother’s Day Blessing

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    Happy Mother’s Day

    Mother’s Day Blessing: ⁠
    May those with children feel appreciated⁠
    May those grieving empty arms be comforted⁠
    May those mourning and missing the ones
    who gave them life⁠
    Be wrapped in goodness and love today⁠
    – Tamara Rice⁠

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  • Happy Holidays!

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    From our family to yours, Information Children
    wishes you and your loved ones a wonderful
    holiday season and happy New Year!

    We will be closed from December 24-
    January 3, and will reopen on January 4, 2022.

    We look forward to connecting with you
    in the new year!

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  • National Family Week

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    October 4-10 is National Family Week!
    This year Canada is focusing on the theme:
    “Connected Families, Connected Communities”.

    Check out these ideas on how to celebrate
    Family Week…

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  • Back to School Strategies

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    Summer is nearly over and our not-so-little ones
    are getting ready to go back to school, or are
    getting ready to go to school for the first time.
    The pandemic has also added another layer of
    stress to in-person learning. 

    Here are some strategies that you can try: 

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