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New workshops offered to empower girls

For the first time, the One Girl organization will be offering monthly workshops in Montreal to help girls feel good about themselves

New program aims to build a love of board games

West Island entrepreneur Matthew Pinchuk introduces children to high-quality modern games

Camp offers fun for kids with special needs

Along with physical activities, campers will be able to flex their creative muscles through arts & crafts sessions and a cooking class.

Bereavement camps offer support in relaxed environment

Two camps help kids deal with grief with animation, workshops and other activities

Support group for parents of teens with addictions

Participants will learn how to set boundaries, and develop communication skills, as well as how to process emotions.

Award-winning documentary puts spotlight on stuttering

Filmmaker and director John Gomez will be flying in from Los Angeles to present his film and answer questions
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MoreUpcoming Activities in Montreal

Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun

Kids can take part in wood-sculpting and paper-making activities as well as check out the animals at the petting zoo

Experience a virtual thrill ride at Grévin

A new addition to this museum downtown will have hearts pumping as people embark on a four minute, 5-D simulated race

Butterfly bonanza returns to the Botanical Garden

The Insectarium’s science educators will be on hand to answer questions about the various butterflies

St. Patrick’s Day parades are festive family outings

The downtown parade will take place on March 17 and a smaller one will be held in Hudson on March 16

Film fest screens kids’ movies over spring break

If your family isn't heading out of town, you may want to check out one of the many films being shown at this annuall festival

Hockey trade show in March

Drop the puck is an event featuring companies that offer various hockey-related products and services
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MoreFeatured Articles

7 camps geared to kids who love hockey

There are many summer programs across the city that offer kids a chance to hone their hockey and skating skills

Four books that focus on protecting animals

Bringing up kids with a strong social conscious is invaluable and these authors help them appreciate nature and the animals that inhabit this planet

How to prepare your child for a first sleepaway camp experience

There are some basic life skills your young children should be able to master to make their experience more enjoyable

Montreal mom publishes books to help kids cope with mental health issues

It can be very comforting for kids to read books where they recognize similar traits between themselves and the main character

The DANGERS of Fortnite

The popular game has become an easy way for scammers to trick kids into sharing way too much information and has even become the basis for sexual-extortion cases near Montreal

Why do some private schools offer Grade 12?

With this educational option, students can apply directly to university and skip the CEGEP system.
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