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Physical Activity Tips for Children (5-11 years)

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/publications/healthy-living/physical-activity-tips-children-5-11-years.html

Nov 7, 2019 ...Physical Activity Tips for Children (5-11 years) Download the alternative format (PDF Document - 355 KB - 2 pages) Tips to Get Active Information and tips for parents, teachers and caregivers of children (5-11 years) Help kids enjoy their way to a healthier lifestyle! One hour of physical activity every day: at home, at school, at play. Every step counts

B&B Blinds 1 inch mini-blinds recalled due to a potential strangulation hazard to children

https://www.healthycanadians.gc.ca/recall-alert-rappel-avis/hc-sc/2020/72243r-eng.php

Jan 31, 2020 ...B&B Blinds 1 inch mini-blinds recalled due to a potential strangulation hazard to children Report a Concern Starting date: January 31, 2020 Posting date: January 31, 2020 Type of communication: Consumer Product Recall Subcategory: Household Items Source of recall: Health Canada Issue: Strangulation Hazard Audience: General Public Identification number: RA

News Article | Operation HO HO HO brings joy to children in three communities

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Dec 18, 2019 ...Operation HO HO HO brings joy to children in three communities Image Gallery Related Links 1 Wing Kingston NORAD Tracks Santa News Article / December 18, 2019 Click on the photo under “Image Gallery” to see more photos. From 1 Wing Kingston Christmas is a special time, filled with love, laughter and giving. But for many it can also be stressful—making sure

RC66-1 Additional Children for the Canada Child Benefits Application

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Jul 19, 2019 ...RC66-1 Additional Children for the Canada Child Benefits Application For best results, download and open this form in Adobe Reader. See General information for details. You can view this form in: PDF rc66-1-19e.pdf PDF fillable/saveable rc66-1-fill-19e.pdf Last update: 2019-07-19

Food safety information for children ages 5 and under

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-safety-vulnerable-populations/food-safety-information-children-ages-5-under.html

Sep 27, 2019 ...Food safety information for children ages 5 and under What is food poisoning? Food poisoning (also known as foodborne illness or food-related illness) is caused by eating food that has been contaminated by bacteria, viruses or parasites. Food can become contaminated by these microorganisms at any time before you eat it, including at home during: handling

RCMP in British Columbia - Safe at Play

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Feb 18, 2020 ...Children - Safe at Play Tips to help parents and guardians to deliver personal safety messages to children. Topics I Know Safety A colouring book for children - Learn the rules to stay safe at home and in your neighborhood. "Street Proofing" Reinforce basic safety principles to your children in order to educate and prepare them should they be approached

Vaccines for children: What to expect at the vaccination appointment

https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/vaccination-children/what-to-expect-vaccination-appointment.html

Oct 9, 2019 ...Vaccines for children: What to expect at the vaccination appointment Deciding to vaccinate Vaccine safety, concerns and side effects Diseases that vaccines prevent When to vaccinate your child What to expect at the appointment On this page Before the vaccination During the vaccination After the vaccination Feeling anxious about your child's vaccination

Key priority: Children and families together

https://www.sac-isc.gc.ca/eng/1523816394306/1523816428669

Jul 26, 2019 ...Key priority: Children and families together Challenges Highlights: Keeping children and families together As of January 23, 2018: Indigenous children up to the age of 14 make up 7.7% of all Canadian children, yet represent 52.2% of children in foster care 18% of children in Canada under the age of 15 live in low-income households; for Indigenous children

Line 33099 - Medical expenses for self, spouse or common-law partner, and your dependent children born in 2002 or later

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/life-events/what-when-someone-died/final-return/complete-final-return-steps/common-types-income-a-final-return/federal-non-refundable-tax-credits/line-33099-medical-expenses-self-spouse-partner-children-under-18.html

Jan 21, 2020 ...Line 33099 - Medical expenses for self, spouse or common-law partner, and your dependent children born in 2002 or later Note: Line 33099 was line 330 before tax year 2019. You can claim medical expenses that are more than the lesser of: $2,352 3% of the deceased's total net income from line 23600 of all returns for the year of death The medical expenses

Sponsorship of adopted children and other relatives — The sponsor’s guide (IMM 5196)

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/guide-5196-sponsorship-adopted-children-other-relatives-sponsor.html

Oct 30, 2019 ...Sponsorship of adopted children and other relatives — The sponsor’s guide (IMM 5196) Print Table of Contents Overview Before You Apply Step 1. Gather Documents Step 2. Complete the Application Step 3. Pay the Fees Step 4. Submit the Application What Happens Next Need Help? Income Tables and Charts: Federal Income Scales Appendix A: Sponsoring an Adopted

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