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Skai Jackson
Skai Jackson
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Help equip the children, teens, and youths in your life with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive and stay on top of their health, education, and employment.

Empowering Youth of All Ages

Actress and activist Skai Jackson is a positive force and role model in every way. We asked for her advice on feeling empowered and dealing with bullying.

Self-Esteem and Self-Worth: Filling Up Your Own Cup First

Youth today struggle to understand how their self-esteem isn’t dependent on external forces but instead comes from within and can be cultivated.

Help Empower Kids and Youth Worldwide — Play it Forward

From June 18–July 1, 2020, Right To Play is holding the Play It Forward virtual challenge. Anyone can participate and millions worldwide can benefit!

Virtual Resources and Supports Are Empowering Youth

RBC Future Launch is empowering youth with access to the programs and resources they need to succeed — even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Working Together to Help Canadian Women Find Their Voices

Over the last few decades, and with the help of charities like Plan International Canada, women and girls have progressed toward equality and empowerment.

Pioneering New Atopic Dermatitis Treatments Bring Hope and Relief

New treatments are inspiring hope for adolescents who suffer from atopic dermatitis. Ask your dermatologist, allergist, paediatrician, or general physician.

Tanning Is Tempting — But It’s Just Not Smart

Melanoma is a dangerous disease that affects thousands of Canadians annually, but it’s simple to prevent. Learn why the best summer accessory is sun safety.

Torri Webster’s Advice for Keeping Up With Mental Well-Being

We asked Torri Webster — content creator and Ryerson University graduate — about experiencing mental health issues and tips for maintain mental wellness.

Mentors Can Ignite the Power and Potential of Youth

Many children and youth in Canada struggle with societal barriers and face adversities in their lives, but mentors can help them reach their full potential.

What’s After High School? A Guidance Counsellor Can Help

School guidance counsellors play an important and dedicated role in providing necessary support to students preparing for life beyond high school.

Exploring Post-Secondary STEM Education with Lauren Howe

Lauren Howe — AKA Miss Universe Canada 2017 — isn’t your typical engineer. We asked her about STEM education and for her tips on post-secondary choices.

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