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Dec 05, 2014

Ontario, Bill 10 Child Care Modernization Act

Bill 10 will replace the Day Nurseries Act and it changes the licensing structure for private daycares. There are a few key concerns in this Bill.
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Dec 05, 2014

Alberta, Bill 202 and Bill 10 Update

Families in Alberta had cause for alarm on account of a new Bill in the Alberta Legislature. Bill 202:Safe and Inclusive Schools Statutes Amendment Act, 2014 sought to make amendments to the existing Human Rights Act and to the Education Act in such a way that would have infringed on parents’ rights to provide an education to their children that agrees with their personal beliefs.
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Nov 19, 2014

Homeschool benefits parents. Really!

Hi, everyone! Thanks for joining us. This week I share on a topic that is close to my heart. I think this is a really important factor in ensuring that the homeschooling movement has the momentum to grow and flourish. There is a myth that exists that says homeschooling is great for our children, but a chore and burden for us parents. It states that we have to give up our lives and our comfort in order to homeschool. No doubt, homeschooling is hard work, and making the commitment involves sacrifice. However, I believe the benefits to parents far outweigh the challenges.
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Nov 07, 2014

Third Video Update: Making Changes Along the Way

Hi, everyone, and welcome to our third episode. This week I have an interesting topic for you. First, let’s agree that homeschooling parents are some of the hardest working people on the planet. As homeschoolers, we tend to work hard for many reasons, but is that hard work paying off in the ways we are hoping? Surely working incredibly hard just for the fun of it is not one of our key motivations! So this week let’s explore how we can maximize the effect of our hard work. Or let’s discover ways that we can produce better results for less work.
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