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How Much Has Canadian Family Debt Grown?
The amount owed by indebted Canadians grew by 64 per cent to $60,100 in just over a decade, according to a new Statistics Canada study.
April 30, 2015
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Canadian Family Accused of Living With Dea...
Residents in a neighborhood of Hamilton, Canada are left shocked and baffled after learning that a nearby-dwelling family lived with a dead body for m...
September 23, 2013
Favoring One Child Over the Other Has Much...
A study reveals that differential parenting affects families as a whole. A new study reveals that when parents pick favorite kids, nobody wins. Appare...
February 13, 2013
Dead Canadian Skier's Family Demands Chang...
The family of Canadian skicross racer Nik Zoricic say they are angry the police report into his death doesn't address safety problems and labels the c...
March 06, 2013
Finance Minister Promises Tax Relief for F...
The federal finance minister says Canadian families can expect tax relief when the budget is balanced next year. Joe Oliver made the comments during h...
April 07, 2014
Annie Leibovitz Collection Donated to Nova...
Over 2,000 photos by famed American photographer Annie Leibovitz have been donated to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia by a Canadian family. The gallery...
June 06, 2013
Family Fights To Keep Wildcat Inside Home
A Canadian family is fighting the government to keep their African Wildcat at home. The government has given them until the end of the month to find a...
November 08, 2012
Family Gets Unexpected $11,000 Bill For Wa...
A Canadian family got quite a shock after running up a $11,000 bill on its mobile wireless stick while watching Netflix on vacation.
February 06, 2012
Studying Abroad: Staying In Touch
Learn how to stay in touch with friends and family while studying abroad by making international calls over free internet based providers, e-mail, set...
June 26, 2011
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Seau's Family Wants Brain Study
A San Diego medical examiner ruled that Junior Seau took his own life. The family decided to allow researchers to study Seau’s brain for injuries.
May 04, 2012
America's Military Families: Hungry and Po...
Not the prettiest story, but sometimes we have to hear the ugly truth. We’re talking about hunger in America, especially for military families. A stud...
August 20, 2014
People Don't Recognize Family Members Disg...
According to estimates from November of 2013, there are around 64 thousand people that are homeless in New York City, including 22 thousand children; ...
April 24, 2014
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