I know there are several Ontario families on this forum, and I was hoping you could answer a few questions for me. I am from Ontario, and my children were both born there, but we have been in the US since diagnosis, so I am not familiar with anything to do with diabetes in Canada. We are considering moving back for the 2013-2014 school year. My son will be in SK, and he is on the pump. What have your experiences been with diabetes care for young kids in public schools? Where we are now, we would have a nurse on staff and a 504 plan in place to guarantee standards of care, but my sense is that there are fewer policies in place in ON. I've heard stories about people having to quit their jobs to give lunchtime insulin or put their kids back on NPH; we've been there, and I have no desire to go back! I'm hoping those stories are outdated, exaggerated, or represent the worst-case scenario that is the exception to the rule--am I right? Any information you can share would be appreciated. We really want to move back, but we are pampered in the care we receive now, and if schooling is going to be rough, we might just be forced to stay put until DS gets a bit older. Thanks!