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Studio offers youngsters a place to learn yoga

Studio offers youngsters a place to learn yoga

Yoga Bear in Cote St. Luc offers a broad range of classes and workshops

January 2016
Playgroup brings North Shore moms together

Playgroup brings North Shore moms together

Carrefour Mom n' Tots was created by an anglophone who found it difficult to connect with others moms who spoke English

January 2016
Family-friendly café opens in Outremont

Family-friendly café opens in Outremont

Caffe della Pace was opened by Rivka Cymbalist, who always dreamt of starting such a venture

January 2016
A new factory outlet that sells school uniforms

A new factory outlet that sells school uniforms

Moni in Park Extension was opened by two sisters who weren't quite ready to retire and saw a hole in the market

January 2016
App makes cooking with kids fun and easy

App makes cooking with kids fun and easy

SideChef is an award-winning app that offers interactive, step-by-step directions using video, photos and text

January 2016
Teaching kids to cross-country ski

Teaching kids to cross-country ski

There are a few places around Montreal that offer cross-country ski courses for kids

January 2016
Sex ed pilot program underway at schools

Sex ed pilot program underway at schools

The Quebec government has started introducing mandatory sex education in the province’s elementary and secondary schools.

December 2015
Montreal students get a rare chance to perform with Symphony Orchestra

Montreal students get a rare chance to perform with Symphony Orchestra

Last year, 340 Montreal kids were chosen to sing songs backed by an orchestra for the audiobook accompanying children's book Le temps des fleurs, le temps des neiges.

December 2015
Video game about potato growing aims to harvest change

Video game about potato growing aims to harvest change

I Love Potatoes, a new adventure game backed by the National Film Board of Canada, is trying to teach kids ages 9 to 12 about social innovation and a sustainable environment in a fun and quirky way.

December 2015
Books that teach kids about climate change

Books that teach kids about climate change

It's important to educate kids and encourage them to develop sustainable habits. Here are a few books to help put them on the right track.

December 2015
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