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Daycare and childcare in Canada

March 4th, 2015 3:51 am

Daycare Bear is the main meeting place of Canadian parents and childcare providers (daycare centers, home daycares, dayhomes, babysitters). By providing detailed information about available daycare openings / spaces in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa and all around Canada, Daycare Bear help parents find a childcare provider quickly.

Daycare Bear was launched January 19th 2006 to help Canadian parents and childcare providers connect quickly. Finding an opening in a high quality, yet affordable, daycare environment can be a daunting task. Daycare Bear provides the most advanced search engine dedicated to daycare providers and childcare services to help parents in this endeavour. Daycare Bear aims to become the first stop of parents looking for a short term or long term childcare provider.

Drug Trends

September 29th, 2013 8:47 pm

Annual surveys of drug use and abuse among adolescents show both encouraging and discouraging trends. Cigarette smoking is at its lowest level ever recorded, although the use of smokeless tobacco is increasing among youth. Alcohol use has declined since 2004. Use of amphetamine and cocaine is dropping.

Nonmedical use of prescription painkillers in increasing among young people. Nearly one in 10 high school seniors reports use of Vicodin and one in 20 uses OxyContin. A majority of students reports being given the drug by or buying it from a friend or relative.

At Addiction Treatment Helpline, individuals will be provided with a wide range of information and referral services regarding drug addiction and all associated topics. As a complete resource, there is a detailed outline of vital information. This includes crucial data on what individuals need to know about: personal addiction, a loved one

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