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Tips for Raising a Happy Child

Tips for Raising a Happy Child

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Every single parent wants their children to be happy and successful. They strive hard to provide everything for their children so that they will lead a good life. Sometimes it can get quite hard to balance between what you think is the best for your children with what makes them happy. Balancing between these two can be quite challenging if they are mutually exclusive. But that should not be an issue if both of you sit together and figure out the possibilities available to make everyone happy. The following are some of the tips for raising a happy child: You need to be happy: Most of the kids look at their parents and imitate everything they do. Your emotional problems can affect your children’s happiness. Studies have shown that happy…
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CPAC to broadcast FPANE hearing in Supreme Court

CPAC to broadcast FPANE hearing in Supreme Court

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The CPAC Parliamentary Channel will broadcast the full Supreme Court of Canada Parents' Federation hearing on Saturday, October 12, at 9 am, Maritimes time. Here is a brief description of the steps taken by the Federation of Parents to reach the highest court in the country. In December 1996, the Parents' Federation initiated a legal process to obtain homogeneous secondary schools and homogenous programming in these schools. Six co-applicant parents support this approach and the Federation presents its case to Judge Arthur LeBlanc in October 1999. The latter makes a favorable decision on June 15, 2000 and reserves the right to maintain jurisdiction over the case until full implementation of its decision. The province of Nova Scotia is appealing Justice LeBlanc's decision to retain jurisdiction, and the Court of Appeal in 2001 ruled…
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Supreme Court of Canada to determine how far a judge can go to enforce school rights

Supreme Court of Canada to determine how far a judge can go to enforce school rights

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Can a judge monitor the execution of an order forcing a province to build and renovate French-language schools, by calling parties to evaluate status of work and meeting deadlines? Can a judge put his nose in the affairs of the Province after having rendered judgment, without exceeding his powers? Yes, he can and must, said the Nova Scotia Acadian parents and their allies before the Supreme Court of Canada, especially when the province in question waited 18 years to comply with section 23 of the Canadian Charter. Rights and Freedoms, which grants the right to education in the language of the minority. The Supreme Court of Canada has once again been the scene of a legal debate on the constitutional right of Francophone parents to educate their children in their mother…
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