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Tips for moving during the school year

If you think that relocating is difficult, try moving with children. The number of things you have to think about when moving with a family is unbearable. You might be thinking how it does not get worse than this. Right? Well, you thought that a minute too soon. Things will quickly get from bad to worse when you are forced to move during the school year. As a parent, we are sure that you are hopeful you will never have to deal with this situation. However, if you do happen to go through it, do not worry. Here are some tips on how to deal with moving during the school year. Continue reading “Tips for moving during the school year”

Moving to Calgary with ease

Every day, people all over the world are deciding that moving to Canada is the next adventure in their lives. Located in Alberta, Calgary is a special gem on the Canadian map. It is, without a doubt, one of the best cities for life not only in Canada but also in the world. The benefits of living in Calgary are numerous. If you don`t believe us, keep reading. We are about to tell you why moving to Calgary is always the right choice, and how you can adjust to such a change easily! Continue reading “Moving to Calgary with ease”

Moving to Ottawa for a better job

Ottawa is one of Canada`s four major cities. As such, it is considered to be a desirable moving destination. Lately, a lot of people have been moving to Ottawa in search of a better job. This comes as a no surprise since the Canadian economy is one of the best in the world. So, if you happen to be lucky enough to have found a good job in Ottawa, congratulations! Here is everything you need to know about your upcoming relocation and this unique city. Continue reading “Moving to Ottawa for a better job”

Best Activities for Families in Toronto This Winter

Winter can be associated with short days, cold, boring nights but don’t let that hamper your sense of adventure. You don’t have to break the bank to keep the kids entertained every single day. Grab your scarf and head out to enjoy some of the best activities for families in Toronto this winter.

Spend the day under the sea.

Ripley's Aquarium Toronto
Via Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada’s Facebook

Ripley’s Aquarium is home to North America’s longest underwater tunnel as it is surrounded by more than 5.7 million litres and houses over 16,000 aquatic animals. The 100 interactive displays and multiple hands-on exhibits will keep even the busiest of children entertained. If you are feeling particularly adventurous try “Sleeping With The Sharks” or the “Stingray Experience”, although these do come at an extra cost.

Price: $$

Go for a dip at the pool.

Regent Park Aquatic Centre
Via www.theglobeandmail.com

The Regent Park Aquatic Centre has both registered and drop-in programs for kids of all ages. The indoor facility features lap pools, leisure pool, warm water pool, a tarzan rope, diving boards and even a water slide. While programs are free, there is limited space for safety reasons and you will have to pay for parking.

Price: $

Raptors and Maple Leafs

Toronto Raptors
Via Toronto Raptors’ Facebook

Channel that Toronto pride that the Blue Jays have re-ignited and head out to support the Raptors or the Maple Leafs down at the Air Canada Center. Early in the season tickets are still usually available close to game time so if you are in the area stop by the box office for some good game time deals.


Price: $$$$  

Bouncing Around.

Sky Zone Toronto
Via Sky Zone Toronto’s Facebook

Excess energy to burn? This is the place to go. Sky Zone is an oasis of trampolines and foam pits used for freestyle bouncing, dodge ball and games of slamball, a game of basketball where the rules are not enforced. Sky Zone is great for group events and birthdays. Spending the day here may save your living couch from an afternoon of kids jumping.

Price: $

Sliding Hills

Sliding Toronto
Via www.blogto.com

Nothing beats a sunny afternoon or starry night when you’re racing down some fresh snow tobogganing with friends. Toronto is dotted with sliding hills so don’t stay cooped up inside all winter, get out and enjoy it. But remember to put an extra layer and don’t expose young children to extended periods of cold.

Price: Free

Escape Rooms  

Escape rooms are one of the newest fads sweeping the city of Toronto. Exercise your mind as you work together to decipher clues and unlock your escape route all without the help of your smart phone. Rooms range in difficulty from beginner to expert, so the challenge is up to you.    

Price: $$

Outdoor Rinks

Outdoor rinks toronto
Via www.cityrinks.ca

This list wouldn’t be Canadian if it didn’t include our national pastime. Many of Toronto’s outdoor rinks open on December 1st, so if you are looking to lace up those skates, you’ll soon be able to. Be sure to check the schedules as many of the rinks have allotted time for free skates and pick-up ice hockey so that everyone is given equal opportunity to enjoy the ice.

Keep the kids occupied with these family activities in Toronto this winter!