The SAQ for Children

10/17/2021 Raymond Viger 0

I line up at a branch of the SAQ, the Quebec Liquor Commission. I am getting our order for our concert venue, Bistro le Ste-Cath. By Raymond Viger  Waiting my turn at the cash, I look at all the “cuties” being offered to me. Let […] See more

Mommy Doesn’t Have a Job Anymore

10/09/2021 The Social Eyes 0

Parents can spend up to a year with their baby, all paid, before going back to work. That’s thanks to the Quebec Parental Insurance Program (le Régime québécois d’assurance parentale, or RQAP).  Each year 130,000 parents stay home from work for a few weeks or […] See more

When the #Joke Goes Too Far

08/03/2021 The Social Eyes 0

A slice of cheese is thrown in a baby’s face. A father tells his children that he’s already eaten all their Hallowe’en candies. In alarming numbers, similar videos are showing up all over the internet. These pranks may seem harmless, but they raise important ethical […] See more

Learn to Say NO

06/12/2020 The Social Eyes 0

Children usually have confidence in their immediate entourage, including close friends and family. That’s how we raise them. We teach them to say, “yes.” By Mélina Soucy I was raised that way. She was, too. “Today, I’m 19. My assault happened when I was 16. […] See more