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Summer program offers international cultural experience March 2017

Summer program offers international cultural experience

Triple E Travel gives students the opportunity to live in Tuscany for a month and learn to read, write and speak Italian

Anti-bullying website gaining popularity February 2017

Anti-bullying website gaining popularity

NoBullying.com offers thousands of articles with information and resources for parents, teens and educators on how to deal with bullying

Games festival offers hundreds of free activities February 2017

Games festival offers hundreds of free activities

Montreal Joue showcases the city's booming gaming culture at over 45 libraries and venues

Camp teaches business and fundraising skills February 2017

Camp teaches business and fundraising skills

Laurus Summer Camp offers programs for young people to help foster an entrepreneurial spirit

Support group offered for teens with anxiety January 2017

Support group offered for teens with anxiety

Young people between the ages of 15 and 17 can discuss their personal experiences living with mental health issues

Curling for kids – who knew? January 2017

Curling for kids – who knew?

The Pointe-Claire Curling Club is one of several associations around Montreal with youth teams

 New clinic supports kids confused about gender January 2017

New clinic supports kids confused about gender

The Meraki Health Centre offers information and resources for children and their families

High school overhauls admissions process January 2017

High school overhauls admissions process

Trafalgar School for Girls now asks prospective students to do a self-assessment and take part in learning sessions to evaluate which students are most aligned with the school’s mission and values.

SPCA offers animal programs for youth December 2016

SPCA offers animal programs for youth

Kids and teens learn how to interact with shelter animals through workshops and discussions

Movies help fight mental health stigma November 2016

Movies help fight mental health stigma

The Au Contraire Film Festival's Youth Awareness Program takes place on Oct.25

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