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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
Backyard camps are a new trend
With COVID-19, some companies are offering new programs that include social-distancing activities for small groups of kids
Free program for kids with special needs
Two Montreal-based organizations collaborate to offer a support and mentorship program for parents and kids
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
Day camps that are going virtual
Although day camps have been given the green light to open, many directors have decided to offer online programs instead of traditional, in-person camps this summer
What day camps will open this summer?
Some day camps have made a decision to open while others have deemed it better to wait until next summer.
Upcoming Activities in Montreal
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
Sugar shack festival kicks off in Verdun
Kids can take part in food-tasting and square-dancing activities as well as learn the origins of maple syrup in Quebec
Retail store hosts fundraiser to help kids with special needs
The Artizan's shopping night will benefit Trails of Summer, a non-profit day camp in the West Island
Montreal to host international diving competition
There will be almost 100 elite divers from 14 countries competing at the FINA World Diving competition at the Montreal Olympic Park’s Sports Centre
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
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
FitSpirit program helps girls stay active
The aim is to leverage strong social bonds among teen girls to cultivate a lifelong love of sports, running, dance or other physical activity
What is the best cabane a sucre around Montreal?
There’s nothing quite like a visit to a cabane à sucre when the weather warms up and the maple tree
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