One in five of us will suffer from mental illness at some point in our lives and half of all cases begin before the age of 14. We have to pay attention to our kids' mental health.

TVOParents is giving away five pairs of 2-day tickets to the Brain Power Conference. I'll be hosting part of it. Hope to see some of you there.

We've all been there - at the rink, the field, the gym - watching and likely commenting on our kid's game. Here's what to say and not say to your sporting child.

Statistics Canada has released a new report showing how much exercise we get and once again it shows kids don't get enough.

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Kids can vote for their favourite film made by kids, for kids, right here at TVOKids. And they could win a camera to make their own movie.

If you're wearing pink today, you're telling the world you celebrate diversity and oppose bullying, discrimination, homophobia and transphobia.

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Bully opens in Canadian theatres on Friday, April 6th. The feature documentary has generated lots of controversy and interest, and for good reason. Director Lee Hirsch tells us why he made the movie and what he hopes will come of it.

Are you lighting it up blue today? Changing your bulbs to blue is one way to bring awareness to autism and encourage early detection and intervention. Another way is to learn more about the disorder, which affects as many as 1 in 88 people. TVOParents can help.