Our new Statistical Snapshot explores how family caregiving and work in Canada intersect and interact.
Dr. Ruth Elwood Martin and Brenda Tole reflect on their experiences with the mother-child unit at the Alouette Correctional Centre for Women.
Relationships of care and support help oil sands workers to manage their multiple responsibilities at a distance.
As families evolve, so does the family home. Our living spaces shape, and are shaped by, changing social, economic, cultural and environmental trends.
Debates about what to do with Canada’s “spanking law” (Criminal Code, section 43) have an interesting and active history, but it is still on the books today.