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MoreParenting News

New skate-lending initiative makes the sport more accessible

More Canadian kids will be able to take to the ice with the launch of this new, national program

Junior Booty moving to Quartier Cavendish

In the New Year, this well-known West End shoe store will be relocating to another mall

Children’s library reopens downtown

There are more than 4,500 books for babies, children, teens and adults as well as several drop-in activities
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MoreParenting Programs

Discover how to help your child thrive

At parenting seminar by author Dr. Gordon Neufeld will focus on how to help children overcome challenges

Single moms band together through Facebook

Single MOMtreal allows mothers to connect with women in similar situations in the area through an online platform

Breaking bread during free parenting workshops

The Spaghetti Night Workshops aim to connect parents with young children in the community through family-style dinners and discussions
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MoreHealth Articles

Quebec urges people to get the flu shot

A video by the Canadian Pediatric Society encourages families to get vaccinated and debunks the three most common myths

Parents warned about the dangers of sports drinks

The Canadian Paediatric Society say that the sugars in sports drinks are linked to obesity and dental cavities in children and many contain high levels of caffeine

English school board launches healthy eating program

Students from a very young age will be taught the basics of nutrition and the four essential food groups
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MoreKids

New skate-lending initiative makes the sport more accessible

More Canadian kids will be able to take to the ice with the launch of this new, national program

Junior Booty moving to Quartier Cavendish

In the New Year, this well-known West End shoe store will be relocating to another mall

Concordia offers kids free sports clinics

Kids can choose either multisports, flag football or soccer and can expect a focus on growth and individual improvement rather than competition.
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MoreTeens

American author to speak at Jewish library

Boys, girls and adults are invited to hear Jennifer E. Smith talk about her new novel called Windfall

Lecture aims to empower young people

The talk is geared towards teens and parents and will feature motivational speaker Shane Feldman

YA author Maggie Stiefvater comes to West Island

Kids can meet the author, ask questions, have some refreshments and get their book signed
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MoreSpecial Needs

Bloggers fight for accessible playgrounds

Two women want Montreal municipal councils to create committees so families can offer feedback and suggestions when planning new parks and playground upgrades

A sensory-friendly way to take a picture with Santa

Pama Claus Day offers children with Autism Spectrum Disorder a stress-free photo session with Santa Claus

Parkour teaches kids the art of being careful

This sport often involves tricks and stunts such as flipping, vaulting and acrobatics.
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MoreBook Reviews

Books that celebrate holiday traditions

Kids will get a whole new perspective and appreciation for the many different ways Christmas and other holidays are celebrated in other parts of the world.

New children’s bookstore opens in Mile End

La Petite Librairie Drawn & Quarterly will offer Saturday morning workshops and book club meetings

Books all about our feline friends

These three books highlights cats and all their shenanigans
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