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  • How to Help Your Kids Get Through the First Year of University

    Aug 17, 2018 | "Education Trends"

    Congratulations! Your child is ready to leave the nest and is off to college or university. A clean, quiet house filled with date nights sounds good, right? It is. But the transition after high school can be a very confusing experience for both parents and students. After all, your child is starting to let go of the hand that has (literally) fed them for the past 17-18 years.

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  • Great Canadian icons: hockey, the canoe and the RESP.

    Jun 27, 2018 | "Saving for education"

    Happy Canada Day! Let’s all celebrate living in a country that values education.

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  • How to Keep Your Kids Engaged and Entertained this Summer

    Jun 22, 2018 | "Child Development"

    In between overnight camps and holidays, summer is a great time to gather the troops and play tourist in your own city. Whether you’re at home during the week or hitting the ground running on weekends, there is a ton you can do as a family from June to September that will keep kids of all ages entertained – and engaged

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  • The Outdoor Classroom

    Apr 23, 2018 | "Education Trends"

    Four walls, one teacher, 20+ students, a blackboard, a handful of laptops and desks with chairs tucked neatly in place; an environment surely conducive to academic learning. But could we do better?

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  • Stronger Together to Help Canadian Families Maximize Their Education Savings

    Mar 29, 2018 | "Company News"

    Knowledge First Financial and Heritage Education Funds: Stronger Together to Help Canadian Families Maximize Their Education Savings

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