Canadian Scholarship Trust Plan

LEARNING PROJECT

Not-for-profits have a huge impact in our society, but there always seems to be an underlying problem across the board: a lack of funding. There is an abundance of bright minds with fresh, new ideas, but many organizations just aren’t able to fund innovative projects without grants or significant donations.

Thomas the Tank Engine - Happy Birthday

This guest post was written by Adam Dolgin, a CST Planholder and the voice behind the popular parenting blog Fodder 4 Fathers.

Remember the good old days when people didn’t buy gifts for kids; they gave them money? No? I do. I actually had several family members-aunts, uncles, great aunts and uncles- that would only give me money on my birthday or during the holidays. It always pretty much went down the same way every year:

Gamification Designer

As a mom of two teenage daughters, I often find myself thinking about what the future holds. What will the world be like in 10 or 15 years from now as they become young adults and launch careers of their own?

Like all parents, my husband and I do our best to prepare our kids for the big bold world, but it’s sometimes tough to give them advice when we’re not quite sure what to expect ourselves.

Writing a Test

A parent’s foresight can have such an impact on a child’s future opportunities. After receiving an eBirthday card for her son from CST this past month, one such parent, Jill Everett-Young, mother of Joseph (Joey), describes that moment that her decisions changed both of her sons’ lives in her own words:

Child Learning to Ride Bike

The latest numbers coming from Statistics Canada on tuition fees may look scary but if you’re among the half of Canadian parents investing in an RESP some sage advice for you: Keep Calm and Save On!

Statistics Canada says Canadian full-time students in undergraduate programs paid 3.3% more on average in tuition fees for the 2013/2014 year this fall than they did a year earlier. On average, undergraduate students paid $5,772 in tuition fees this year compared with $5,586 last year.

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