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Child-led outdoor preschool launches in Montreal
This fall, preschoolers can enjoy the outdoors and learn more about nature at Riversong Forest School, taking place in Montreal.
WOWMOMSWORLD play centre opens
This new wellness centre offers programs and services for people of all ages, even babies as young as four weeks old.
Inclusive playground in Beaconsfield offers ways for every child to play
The all-inclusive playground at Heights Park in Beaconsfield has become a community gathering space for children and residents of all ages and abilities.
New book club launched for black girls
A West Island association is starting a new initiative in September to give black girls a place to share perspectives on books and promote their culture
Incentives for families to holiday at home
As more Quebecers plan staycations this summer, families can take advantage of an annual National Parks card
Young kids can learn gymnastics in a park
A local company is offering workshops in parks around Montreal to get kids moving outdoors
15 ways to keep kids cool this summer
From babies to older kids, discover some fun ways to beat the heat on sweltering days
Teachers call for less restrictive measures for fall
In a petition sent to the province's education minister, a group of teachers say that it is unfair to impose measures on students such as keeping them in "bubbles" with small groups of kids
Families can watch IMAX documentaries at home
The Montreal Science Centre is celebrating its 20th anniversary by streaming four free films for families and three for a small fee
Upcoming Activities in Montreal
Bromont beckons families this summer
This Eastern Townships borough has new trails for hiking, a water park pass that includes free access to an aerial course and mountain biking lessons for kids
Jean-Doré beach set to open
Many families will be pleased to know that the city is opening up another spot where they can beat the summer heat
Passport is gateway to city attractions
Tourism Montreal is offering families a chance to visit the city's cultural centres and try out various attractions that have recently reopened
Kids can partake in drawing contest
This contest is part of an Italian festival, which will be a virtual event with a plethora of concerts, documentaries, fashion shows and more
The Botanical Gardens set to reopen
As of June 15, the outdoor gardens will reopen and access will be free for kids 17 and younger until August 31.
Teen writing contest focuses on life during the pandemic
Two foundations that support youth are holding a contest in the hopes of learning about the life experiences of many teens across Canada
Screen time in the age of Coronavirus
A research director at Common Sense Media, a leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families, explains the science behind new screen rules
A great way to teach kids about tolerance
Intolerance. It seems to be everywhere these days. President Donald Trump can be heard making disparaging remarks about people on
Books that educate kids about Indian residential schools
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission shares stories of the impact of natives having their children taken from them by the Canadian government and put in schools to try to assimilate them
Pediatricians ask premier to ease restrictions for kids
In a letter to Francois Legault, pediatricians are calling for the elimination of the two-metre physical distancing rule for kids 12 and under
Should my family get a dog?
Local writer Julie Matlin shares her own experience and offers advice from veterinarian Elkin Seto and dog trainer Aimee Pierce
Three books that honour the legacy of Anne Frank
Her diary has humanized the experience of the Holocaust and these books can help educate young people about this terrible time in history
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