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Québec update: Western Québec School Board’s proposed homeschooling policy

By Louise Frazer Homeschooling parents find some school boards are easier to deal with than others. Western Québec is one that has a reputation among homeschooling families for being particularly difficult. Homeschooling parents on the WQSB territory have frequently...

More money for School Boards: Does it impact homeschoolers?

By Louise Frazer Most of our Quebec members have probably already heard the announcement by the Québec Minister of Education to significantly increase the amount allotted to school boards for each homeschooled child. This was prompted by the sudden...

Everything you want to know about homeschooling

Welcome to the HSLDA Blog Summer Series on starting to homeschool! Granted, it is only now the beginning of summer vacation, so maybe it seems like a bad time to talk about September. However, for those of you who...

7 Practical and Easy Strategies to Improve the Daily Life of Kids with Special Needs

By Dyan Robson To get my son diagnosed with autism was a lengthy process. Nearly 15 months from the day we asked for a referral, we were handed a diagnosis. During that time we encountered wait list after wait...

Filling out government forms: What you need to know (Part 2 of 2)

As you know, HSLDA believes that parents know their children best and are most equipped to educate and direct the education of their children. Filling out reporting forms is not a lot of fun, but it is an opportunity...

The Three Keys to Freedom

By Maylanie Turgeon Translated by Louise Frazer What motivates families in 2016 to rethink their family dynamics? The quest for flexibility and freedom: freedom of choice and freedom of action. When we choose to throw ourselves into the adventure...

Skip-a-thon of Hope: Homeschoolers reaching out to Fort McMurray

By Louise Frazer No doubt you have seen the gripping scenes of terror as people fled Fort McMurray to escape the raging inferno. Far away, 3000 km away, a homeschool mom, Cathy, and her family were riveted as they...

Filling Out Government Forms: What you need to know (Part 1 of 2)

HSLDA has been a support to homeschooling families as they undertake reporting and notifying obligations from their provinces or local school boards. Our member site has sample paperwork, templates, and up-to-date provincial regulations. Still, reporting can be a bit...

Intrusive Home Visits in Manitoba reveal the ongoing need for HSLDA

HSLDA Canada is a non-profit, national homeschool organization that monitors educational policies that affect homeschoolers across Canada. Should issues arise that compromise homeschoolers’ rights and freedoms, HSLDA advocates on their behalf at every level of government. Because of HSLDA’s...

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