Draw Canada (and Greenland)

Learning about Canada? Ever tried to draw Canada (and Greenland) but couldn’t get the shape right? This book by ARTK12 will guide you step by step. Keep reading to find out more. Disclosure: I received this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links. Draw Canada and Greenland is part of… Read More »

Activities for Orange Shirt Day

This post is designed for homeschoolers who want to teach about Truth and Reconciliation Day aka Orange Shirt Day. However anyone can supplement what their child learns if you want to as well. Youth groups may find this helpful too. First if you are not familiar with Truth and Reconciliation Day please see the quote… Read More »

Fire Song *Indigenous Canadian Book*

My daughter read Fire Song by Adam Garnet Jones and we wanted to share about it. Stars: ***** Annick Press (2018) YA Fiction 232 pages Disclosure: We received the book from Annick Press in exchange for our honest opinion. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: How can Shane reconcile his feelings for David with his desire… Read More »

Joyya Ultrafiltered Milk #FeelTheJoyya

Milk is a regular part of most people’s diets in Canada. If you are trying to increase your protein and lower your sugar count you’ll be excited to hear about new Joyya milk from Saputo which is by Canadians for Canadians. Joyya Ultrafiltered Milk has 75% MORE protein and 25% LESS lactose (sugar) compared to… Read More »

Win FREE GAS for a Year with Desjardins Insurance #GetAQuoteAndWin

Have you had an incident where your home or auto insurance was there to save the day? We have. A car was turning the road too fast and slipped on the ice, plowing into the side of our truck. Thank goodness we weren’t in it at the time! It was a scary and upsetting event… Read More »

Tide Celebrates Canadian Cold Weather Heroes #TideColdHero

This has been a crazy cold winter here in Canada and while I chose to say inside most of it to avoid the cold for long, many people don’t have that luxury. Canadians with outdoor jobs such as a fisherman or search and rescue team or a crossing guard have to do their jobs every… Read More »

Proud Canadian Blogger Here #TGCBB

Hello fellow Canadians! Canada Day is coming up very soon and the way many of us Canadian bloggers celebrate is with The Great Canadian Blog Bash! This is my third year participating in TGCBB. I live in Windsor, Ontario, the southern most city in all of Canada. In many ways this makes things very American… Read More »

CDMN Canada 3.0 Digital Media Conference May 14-15 in Toronto, ON

Canada 3.0 is a national digital media conference in its fifth year. It’s being held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (I’ve been there, it’s beautiful!) Amber Mac (social media author, speaker, TV host and entrepreneur) will be the emcee and is expected to draw 2000+ attendees. Canada 3.0 is run by the Canadian Digital… Read More »

Make a Difference With the Aviva Community Fund

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Aviva Community Fund for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. I’ve mentioned before about the Aviva Community Fund. It is an annual charitable activation funded and supported by Aviva Insurance. The fund was created to help influence positive change in our communitites. Instead of… Read More »

Contest: Win Pampers Diapers for a Year (Canada)

Pampers Canada has a great contest starting today to win Pampers Diapers for a year! The first draw will be Dec 6 and then there will be a draw every month until the end of June 2013 so you have multiple chances to win! You can enter to win at pampers.ca or the Pampers Canada… Read More »