Tag: Children

The Sandbox Children’s Radio Station for Kids


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The Sandbox Children’s Radio for Kids


Enjoy the sounds of cats fighting! They’re just staking out territory.

The Sandbox Children’s Radio Station for Kids


Enjoy “Matoke,” by Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge

The Sandbox Children’s Radio Station for Kids


Enjoy My Story of Transportation by Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge

Becoming a Dad


By Saad Zafar So this is my first piece for Donna Magazine. My maiden voyage! I had originally intended for this to be about my thoughts on becoming Dad (as my wife and I are expecting a baby later this year). But a week…

Three Children’s Books Available by Donna Kay Cindy Kakonge


Check them out!: Children’s Helper Augmented Reality Children’s Stories Augmented Reality Children’s Stories – Part Two Buy today!

Statement from Minister of Children and Youth Services 2013 Annual Report on Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy‏


  Statement Statement from Minister of Children and Youth Services 2013 Annual Report on Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy December 16, 2013   Today, Teresa Piruzza, Minister of Children and Youth Services, released the following statement onOntario’s Poverty Reduction Strategy 2013 Annual Report: “When Breaking the…

Bringing the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games to Ontario’s Kids‏


News Release Bringing the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games to Ontario’s Kids December 4, 2013 Province Helping to Get Kids Active and More Involved in the People’s Games Ontario is launching Pan Am/Parapan Am Kids to build excitement for the Games and inspire young…

Stay Safe With Seatbelts and Child Car Seats‏


News Release Stay Safe With Seatbelts and Child Car Seats September 26, 2013 Ontario Government Committed to Road Safety Ontario is launching its annual seatbelt campaign to remind drivers and passengers to buckle up and make sure children are properly secured in the right…

Helping Kids Stay Healthy and Active‏


Media Advisory Helping Kids Stay Healthy and Active September 4, 2013 Michael Chan, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, and Glen Murray, MPP for Toronto Centre, will make an announcement about increasing opportunities for children and youth to stay healthy and active. Date:               Thursday,…

Minister of Education’s Update on Unlicensed Child Care Review


Statement Minister of Education’s Update on Unlicensed Child Care Review August 16, 2013 Today, Liz Sandals, Minister of Education, issued the following statement on the review of unlicensed child care complaints: “As I committed on July 19, 2013, my ministry has extended its review…

Call for AFCY Youth Committee Member Applications!‏


Call for Members Hello All, Please see the attached document for a better look at an exciting opportunity with Arts for Children and Youth!  We are currently looking for TEN new members to join AFCY’s Youth Committee that is responsible for planning and orchestrating the annual BIG…

Free your inner child – and free the book


We think making a children’s book is a great way to get in touch with your inner child and free your creativity in unexpected ways. You don’t have to have everything figured out when you start. Maybe you just have the kernel of an…

Minister’s Statement on Daycare Complaints


Statement Minister’s Statement on Daycare Complaints July 11, 2013 Today, Education Minister Liz Sandals made the following statement: “I am devastated to learn of the death of a toddler this week in an unlicensed child care setting. This is a tragedy that no parent…

Finding Ways to Keep Children Safe in Ontario‏


News Release Finding Ways to Keep Children Safe in Ontario June 3, 2013 Committees Continue to Explore Ways to Prevent Infant, Child and Youth Deaths The Paediatric Death Review Committee and Deaths Under Five Committee continue to work to identify ways to lower infant…

Discover the network of bird feeding stations at the Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area


QUEBEC CITY, Jan. 4, 2013 /CNW/ – Environment Canada’s Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area (NWA) invites everyone to go birdwatching along the NWA’s trails, which will be open every weekend from January 5 to March 10, 2013, and also during the spring break from…

FTC Updates Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act


Stamp of Approval for Parental Consent Tools Video Verification, Government-Issued ID Check Embraced Aristotle’s Integrity™ Gives Kids’ Sites “Safe Harbor” Using FTC-Approved Methods WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced changes to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), clarifying…

Happy Holidays from AFCY‏


Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY) 401 Richmond St. West, Suite 230 Toronto, ON M5V 3A8 416 929 9314 http://www.afcy.ca

Media advisory – Early education for all – making it happen


TORONTO, Oct. 16, 2012 /CNW/ – October 22-23, 2012 – Researchers and policy makers are meeting here in a two-day symposium to examine the best ways of delivering preschool education to all Canada’s children. International and Canadian experts will present the latest evidence on…

AFCY shows its innovative spirit by partnering with Aaron Leighton to create its first illustrated mission statement


TORONTO, ON. (September 5, 2012): A picture, they say, is worth a thousand words. By extension, an illustration can enhance or even replace a thousand words. Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY) is so pleased to partner with Toronto illustrator Aaron Leighton to create the organization’s first visual mission statement.

AFCY benefits from AWOL’s Square Foort Art Show‏


Arts for Children and Youth (AFCY), 401 Richmond St. West, Suite 230 Toronto, ON M5V 3A8 416 929 9314  http://www.afcy.ca Greetings! Arts for Children and Youth is grateful for the support of AWOL Gallery.  Please accept this invitation sent to you on behalf of…

Uganda Project – Information night – Thursday April 19 in Toronto


Please click on the above. Many people will thank you.

Why do We Celebrate Easter? Kid’s Book Free on Kindle in 2012


Finding Success Through the Love of Cats


Kari Kay is a success coach, author, and owner of the Floppy Cat Company living in the United States. She has written a book called Floppy Cat. The book is based on one of her many pets who she lives with on a farm…

Scotiabank Launches “Bright Future” Community Program


Craig Kielburger helps launch global philanthropic program January 21, 2011 @ 12:00PM Toronto – Scotiabank today launched an international philanthropic program uniting the Bank’s charitable, social and community efforts and employee volunteer activities under one new banner – Scotiabank Bright Future. Scotiabank President and…

Beyond the criminal record check: Campaign launched to reduce risk of child sexual abuse, New “Commit to Kids” program helps child-serving organizations create safer environments‏


Beyond the criminal record check: Campaign launched to reduce risk of child sexual abuse, New “Commit to Kids” program helps child-serving organizations create safer environments Thursday, January 20, 2011 – 2:10 PM Corporate Communications 416-808-7100 The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, in partnership with…

Air Transat and the Children’s Wish Foundation take off in search of Santa Claus to make the dreams of sick kids come true


Air Transat is donating $325,000 to the Children’s Wish Foundation December 01, 2010 @ 05:45PM Montreal – For the sixth consecutive year, Air Transat and the Children’s Wish Foundation joined forces to make the dreams of sick children come true with an exclusive flight…

Webathon of Stars: Today’s way to celebrate and support research on children’s diseases


November 25, 2010 @ 03:45PM Montreal – Listen up, tune in and log on! Starting November 26, the Foundation of Stars will launch a major fundraising campaign across Quebec on the airwaves of the Astral Network. This major annual campaign will culminate in our…

Always a Kid at Heart


Written by: Jennifer Winters It would be fair to say that most children who are young want to grow up fast so they can do the things that they see everybody else doing that they can’t. Then not too long after that those kids…

Why being a triplet is annoying


By Rachel Muenz When I first meet someone, the last thing I usually tell them is that I’m a triplet. Most people make a scene when they find out and I’d rather avoid that. I love it when people act normal as if being…

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