Our new Statistical Snapshot explores how family caregiving and work in Canada intersect and interact.
On the Move has published a new report exploring the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire on the live-in caregivers in the region.
At some point in our lives, there is a high likelihood that each of us will provide care to someone we know – and receive care ourselves – at least once. Family members are […]
By Vanier CEO Nora Spinks
If it is true that “many people walk in and out of your life, but only true friends leave footprints on your heart,” then many participants at the Families in Canada […]
Suggested Reading: “‘I Don’t Have Time for This!’: A Compassionate Guide to Caring for Your Parents and Yourself” | aging
By Katherine Arnup, PhD
Aging, illness and dying are realities that we all will face at some point, in our family circles and ultimately in our own lives. Despite this fact of life, most people in […]
This Friday (May 15) is International Day of Families, a time to recognize and celebrate the role family plays in the lives of individuals, communities and society at large. Families in Canada are increasingly diverse […]