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Single dad families on the rise

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Single fathers are becoming more common in Canada. (Contributed/Sheila Steele)

 

The latest census figures show that more and more Canadian families are headed by single fathers.

 

Jeff Hay is a single dad living in Kelowna. He's also a parenting columnist who runs the Dad Vibe blog.

 

He sat down for a chat with Daybreak host, Chris Walker.

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