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Blog
Dec 1, 2012

Cyber safety by design: Red Hood Project demands action

Raffi Cavoukian
Sandy Garossino
British Columbia teen Amanda Todd ended her life after suffering intolerable bullying triggered by a sexual predator who found and blackmailed her through Facebook. Millions were outraged. We were too
Blog
Aug 3, 2012

The importance of play

Holly Adams
A look at the importance of the "barely managed chaos" of creative, imaginative play.
Event

"Children of Gaza" exhibit by Eva Bartlett

Jun 14, 2012
Beit Zatoun
612 Markham St. (1 door south of Bloor - at Bathurst subway)
Toronto
Canada
43° 39' 53.2692" N, 79° 24' 44.622" W
CA
Through the many photographs she took during her stay we get to meet the children in good and in bad times and the many instances of courage and hope in the lives of the children of Gaza.
Blog
Apr 23, 2012

When do First Nations children become a priority?

Pamela Palmater
There have been significant funding cuts to First Nations communities as well as to various First Nations organizations, yet the political world has been all but silent on the issue.
Podcast
Apr 15, 2012

# 190 - Toronto Island Airport

Living On Purpose
Concerned parents and community members are organizing for safety in Toronto Island Airport expansion
Podcast
Mar 5, 2012

Watch Me: French Immersion and Starbuck

Watch me: movie reviews with Cathi Bond
Cathi Bond reviews Starbuck and French Immersion, two very funny Canadian flicks that show there's no place like home.
News
Feb 29, 2012
Photo: Fiona L Cooper/Flickr

A level playing field: The commodification of play

Kelly Bronson
Given a lack of political and social commitment to creating adequate accessible spaces for kids of all kinds, we are contributing to the reproduction of social inequality.
Event

Can you see in the dark? March break at the NFB Mediatheque

Mar 10, 2012 to Mar 18, 2012
NFB Mediatheque
150 John Street (At Richmond Street)
M5V 3C3 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 56.994" N, 79° 23' 27.3876" W
Ontario CA
Enlighten your children with a unique visit to the world where life is seen with all of your senses… except your eyes.

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