It's the Parent List! Enjoy reading this week's collection of our favourite headlines, articles, recipes and inspiring news stories for parents from the various CBC.ca websites. Have a great weekend!
Summer holidays for children can mean the end of breakfast and lunch programs at schools. CBCNews.ca has the story on a network of foodbanks working together to fill the nutritional gaps for kids on summer vacation. Find out more information here.
There's only two more days until Canada Day! CBC Live will be on Parliament Hill in Ottawa this weekend, bringing you backstage action and exclusive interviews. Learn more about how you can follow the Canada Day Celebrations on Twitter here.
A six year old boy from Newfoundland has saved the life of his grandfather. CBCNews.ca has the story on Bradley Reid, the boy that kept his grandfather alive in the woods overnight after being pinned under an ATV. Bradley kept his grandfather awake by tapping him on the face and telling him that he loved him. Read more here.
Eating the right and right amount of food before physical activity can help boost your energy. Get the whole family involved in eating some yogurt and berries or a granola bar before you go out to play. Count down the days until summer with CBC's Live Right Now with tips to help stay healthy and active!
A German court and a court in the western city of Cologne has ruled that circumcising young boys on religious grounds ultimately causes bodily harm, even with parental consent. CBC Your Community asks, Should circumcision of infants for religious reasons be banned?
Thorncliffe Park Public School, North America's largest elementary school, will soon be home to the largest all day Kindergarten in Canada. CBC's Metro Morning sat down with Catherine Ure, the principal of the school to discuss the 'kindergarten project' and its approach to early learning. Listen in.
Check out Mamma Yamma singing our national anthem 'Oh Canada' with other great Canadian Stars. Watch here.