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2.26.19

Parental Guidance: After Hours

Here’s how today’s parents are dealing with the hectic and competitive world of after-school activities.

2.1.19

Parental Guidance: Dress Up

What are today’s parents teaching kids by how they dress them?

8.3.18

Parental Guidance: Full House

We meet a variety of young families who’ve settled down in different cultural, financial, and spatial circumstances to see how decisions about where to live affect the way their family grows.

7.27.18

Parental Guidance: Kids' Menu

A new generation of parents are exploring what it means to eat as a family in today’s food obsessed culture.

2.9.18

Parental Guidance: Digital Age

Do today’s parents see technology as part of their family, or as the omnipresent black mirror that their children will love more than them? We find out in the latest episode of Parental Guidance.

2.2.18

Parental Guidance: Time Out

In the third episode of Parental Guidance, we look at the different ways that new parents are staying connected to their careers.

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10.4.17

Parental Guidance: How to Provide

In the second episode of Parental Guidance, we meet three different couples who are all taking different approaches to dealing with the expense of childcare.

9.27.17

Parental Guidance: Where Babies Come From

It’s not quite as straightforward as one plus one anymore. In the first episode of Parental Guidance, we look at the alternative ways people are having children.

7.20.17

Canadians pay high bank fees but seem okay with it

Loyalty to the Big Five banks contributes to rising bank fees

4.4.17

Kellie Leitch’s War on the 'Elites' Is a Hot Mess of Irony

The 'anti-establishment' candidate’s backers include an awful lot of super-rich bankers and media moguls. Weird how that happens.

2.10.15

Bankers Tell Canadian Government They Want Spy Briefs Too

New documents show Canada's bankers have met with and requested top-secret briefings from CSE.

1.6.15

Low Oil Prices Are Killing the Fracking Industry, but the Tar Sands Will Be Just Fine (for Now)

The current slump in oil prices could spell the end of North American fracking, and ongoing price volatility might also mean trouble for the more financially stable tar sands.