Carnaval de Quebec Resources

Looking to teach about the Carnaval de Quebec aka Carnaval? If you’re in Canada you probably want to teach about this, especially if you teach French. Disclosure: Some links may be referral links. What is Carnaval de Quebec? “Carnival is an outdoor festival that celebrates winter between late January and mid-February. For a period of… Read More »

Walking Together

In an effort to read more Canadian Indigenous literature I was sent Walking Together by Elder Albert D. Marshall and Louise Zimanyi by Annick Press to review. It’s a picture book about Turtle Island with beautiful illustrations by Emily Kewageshig. Disclosure: I received this book for review. This post contains paid links. Summary: This innovative… Read More »

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 »

Canada Resources from Twinkl

Perhaps you are a year round homeschooler celebrating Canada Day in your homeschool. Perhaps you are a teacher or summers off homeschooler who just wants to teach about Canada. Here are some Canada resources from Twinkl you will want to use! I love TWINKL and not just because I’m a brand ambassador. I’m a brand… Read More »

New Tax Credits for Canadian Families – Do Your Homework + Giveaway #FamilyTax

The following post on Tax Credits for Canadian Families is brought to you by H&R Block. As the Girl Guides always say: “Be Prepared”.  Helpful advice on any given day but even more important when it comes to tax season.  The April 30th deadline for 2014 tax returns will be here before you know it. … Read More »

Find your #OneNewThing and Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer

This post on how to Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer was brought to you by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – with foreword by Kathleen Bailey (me) Breast Cancer. Two words that strike fear in most people. However most of us think it won’t happen to us. Unfortunately the odds are more than you… Read More »

Win a Family Pass to Disney’s Frozen in Select Theatres in Canada

Thanks to Disney Canada I have a Family Pass (set of four tickets) to a screening of Disney’s Frozen in 8 cities in Canada. That’s 8 winners total who each get to bring their families to see Frozen BEFORE it’s officially out in theatres! About Frozen Walt Disney Animation Studios, the studio behind “Tangled” and… Read More »

ADHD Awareness Week is in October

October is ADHD Awareness Month and one week in October is ADHD Awareness Week each year. There is more to ADHD than just the hyperactivity aspect and symptoms can show in different ways. How much do you REALLY know about ADHD? ADHD Awareness Are You ADHD Aware? Are you SURE you know the symptoms and… 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 »