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Robin Taub is pictured in her Toronto home on Monday, February 20, 2017. Taub paid her two kids a weekly sum when they were younger in an effort to...
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Allowances can help kids learn financial savvy

Lessons the tooth fairy can't teach: Allowances can help kids learn financial savvy

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Cottages and chalets open the doors to a beautiful holiday season experience

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Increased employment a motivator for new child care centre, owners say

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Giving Tuesday is a great time to support your favorite charity

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How to raise kids who grow up to be charitable

The message of giving has reached new levels in recent years. While charitable endeavours have long been the centre of many...

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Three ways to personalize charitable gifts and five ways to pay it forward

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Classic children’s toys get high-tech twist — just in time for Christmas

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