Over the past year, we have seen some of the impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on Canadian youth mental health. Find out what leading research institutions are advising parents to do to help children and youth that have been impacted.
Ireland's National Broadband Plan is leading the way to free widespread internet access across the country. Find out how they are implementing this incredible system and what this means for both Ireland and the rest of the world.
A global pandemic doesn’t necessarily imply total isolation from the community. Technology has allowed remote volunteer work to become a new norm for many organizations. Find out about the many ways to remotely volunteer and safely get involved in your community!
The digital divide is more prominent than ever before, and the Universal Broadband Fund is Canada's response to this impending issue facing our society. This article tells you everything you need to know about the Universal Broadband Fund and other similar Canadian initiatives.
Take a scroll through 15 of our favourite Work From Home memes and have a laugh with us. You deserve it!
SUMMER 2021 IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER and you might be getting worried about what options are available for your kids in terms of summer camps and activities. Kids everywhere are gearing up for the end of the school year, which means that parents need to start thinking about what Covid Summer Camp options are available.
Money management and financial literacy is extremely important for children to understand, and is often something that schools do not introduce until much later or not at all! This article provides 6 helpful tips that you should keep in mind when teaching investing to your kids.
We are officially a Registered Charity! What does that mean for our community, students and you?
Female Entrepreneurs in British Columbia continue to prove their potential and strength in their successful small businesses. These 6 women under 30 years old are doing great things in their local communities and throughout Canada!
Stepping back from traditional social and academic milestones can prove to be challenging and stressful for children while coping during the Covid-19 pandemic.