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The Canadian family is an institution that is constantly changing What once was the norm is now evolving into something different Although it has changed the main role of the family has not A family loves and cares for you provides you with your basic needs and teaches you morals and values that influence your opinions on the outside world On a scale from one to ten where one is the lowest on the scale I would rate the family at a 10 I will prove to you that the title of family has not been misplaced in the cases of single parent families childless families and common law families A single parent family doesnt fit the norm of what people assume the average family should be Whether it is father and child or mother and child some would say thats not a real family because societys perception of family includes mother father and child all living happily together Now if a father is providing food and shelter for his child teaching his child how to survive in the world and loving and taking care of his child then he is fulfilling the duty of a family member that does not mean that the father and the child are not to be considered as a family regardless if the mother is in the picture or not In the year 2000 there was a total of 16 135 523 single parents in Canada according to Statistics Canada In the past when a couple got married it was assumed that they would have children In current society most women are career oriented and dont have time for babies Is a couple who choses not to have children still considered a family As long as the couple is taking care of each other working to put food on the table and keeping a roof over their heads and provided they are learning from each others mistakes then they
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