are post secondary costs for divorced parents fair?

So here’s a question I’ve thought about for awhile: Why are Canadian divorced parents obligated to pay for their children’s post secondary education, and Canadian non-divorced parents aren’t?

According to the Canadian family law process, divorced parents (both custodial and non-custodial) are often ordered to share in the cost of their children’s post secondary education until the first (and sometimes second!) degree is attained. […keep reading]


quantity is king on the information superhighway

Truth is stranger than fiction, unless that fiction is found on the World Wide Web. Recently a post secondary institution canceled several H1N1 clinics because students refused their vaccinations. Although the clinics were free and information about the vaccine and the flu were readily available, some students on campus thought they knew the “real truth.” […keep reading]