Today is National Aboriginal Day, a day of cultural events to celebrate the heritage of Aboriginal people. There is much to learn about our shared history, and culture is just part of it, but today is a start. And who doesn't like a celebration?

With only days left until the kids are out of school for the summer, you're probably wondering what to do with them. Here's what I think matters.

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Amit Kumaria, father of two girls, compares his Dad's version of parenting with his own, in this letter to his future adult daughters.

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In one day I met dozens of teachers, some just graduating from university, some as young as four months. Yes, teachers come in all ages. Here's how.

We want to know where you like to play. Where do you and your kids go to get outdoors, to run around, have fun and explore in Ontario? Share with us - send a picture or photo if you'd like - and we'll map it. We're also giving away four BlackBerry PlayBooks in a random draw. So get your entries in between June 4 and June 28th, 2012.

At a backyard barbeque, a man slaps a child who is not his own. The parents call the police. What follows is an examination of the morality of contemporary middle class life, parenting, race, class, sexuality and the different perspectives of men and women. The TVO series got us thinking about many issues that affect parents and families, so we're talking about it.

Are you and your kids as healthy as you could be? What could you do differently? As partners in Healthy Me Week, we explain why it's important for kids to lead healthier, more active lives and how you can help them do it.