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.
Our new Statistical Snapshots publication provides information and insights about workplace mental health, stigma and family support in Canada.
The Strongest Families Institute provides flexible support for children and youth with mental health, behavioural or neurodevelopmental disorders.
Our new infographic explores post-secondary education through the lens of family finances and highlights the diverse ways families support higher learning.
This first publication in our Statistical Snapshots series provides statistical analyses of grandparents in Canada and their evolving social and economic contexts.
Our new timeline explores the trends and social, economic and cultural contexts that have shaped fatherhood in Canada over the past half century.
In moving away from the “traditional” breadwinning father figure to embrace caring roles, modern dads are reshaping the work-family relationship.
Donna S. Lero, Ph.D.
In order to better understand families’ experiences and aspirations, it is crucial to understand the context in which families and their individual members live. Families are society’s most adaptable institution, constantly reacting […]