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Snow pass allows kids to ski for free

Approximately 125 hills offer this deal to youngsters in the hopes they will develop a love of skiing and snowboarding from a young age

3D printing parties are a creative birthday option

My Studio Party is offering a new type of party where kids can create their own 3D images and print them for keepsakes

Montreal moms find creative ways to raise money for autism

The duo have made jewelry and make up, and are giving the proceeds to local organizations

Concordia offers new after-school sports programs

Kids interested in flag football and basketball can sign up for extracurricular classes at the Loyola campus

How to get your kids to stand up for themselves

This mother-of-three and author will be talking to parents about the difference between whining and complaining effectively

Urban winter park adds new attractions

Located near Angrignon metro, the park will have the longest tubing hill on the island with a magic carpet lift and new intermediate ski runs

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Toy fundraiser benefits sick kids

Nemesis Video Game Lounge is asking people to donate a toy in exchange for playing games for free

Walk supports kids with special needs

The Walk4Friendship event raises money for a Montreal-based non-profit organization that helps young people with special needs build friendships and feel more connected to their communities

Musical tackles mother & daughter relationship

In Mythic, being shown at the Segal Centre, a daughter fights for independence while her mom has trouble letting go

Book teaches kids about the art of self-expression

Find out what happens when Pokko the frog heads into the forest to entertain the various creatures

Festival celebrates the art of storytelling

The Montreal Intercultural Storytelling Festival will host events in new locations throughout the West Island to make it more accessible to anglophones
Geordie Theatre's 2019-2020 season

Plays tackle serious subjects

Geordie Theatre’s 39th season continues the company’s tradition of tackling serious subjects through engaging stories that appeal to young audiences

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Montreal Christmas Guide

The information in the Montreal Christmas Guide is for November, 2019 through January, 2020. Check back often as this Guide

A calm visit with Santa for kids with autism

The Pama Foundation is organizing a fun day for kids with a bake sale, treats, and bouncy castles

Free public transportation for kids during the holidays

With all the construction happening around Montreal, who wants to drive anymore? Well, the truth is you don’t have to

Santa Claus parades a great way to kick off the holiday season

Santa and his gang will be strolling down the streets of downtown Montreal and Hudson to the delight of hundreds of enthralled young kids

Canada’s Wonderland is hosting a winter festival

Decorated with dozens of Christmas trees and millions of lights, families can enjoy ice-skating, live entertainment and interactive activities

Illuminated night-walk returns to Kingston

For a second year, the Lumina Borealis event returns to Fort Henry transforming it into an illuminated, mythical, winter landscape. Like its

Free workshops offered at the McCord Museum

Whether you want to check out the iconic Ogilvy’s Christmas window displays in their new location or participate in one

Three chances to see the The Nutcracker in Montreal

The Nutcracker is synonymous with the Christmas season and there are two live performances and one movie screening of this

Hudson theatre hosts Snow White & the Seven Dwarves

This winter, you’ll be able to catch a pantomime performance of Snow White & the Seven Dwarves like you’ve never

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3 young-adult books that promote diversity

3 young-adult books that promote diversity

One mother’s journey through postpartum depression

My husband knew there was something wrong but I just insisted I needed more sleep

Why is myopia on the rise in children?

There are several factors but ultimately kids need to spend more time outdoors

Minimize risks associated with screens

Workshops for teachers and students aim to shift kids from being passive consumers of media to savvy creators

Inspirational books about climate change

The following five books feature environmental pioneers and explain climate change

Splash pads are a hot trend in parks

The benefits include being able to open earlier and stay open later, they use less water than wading pools and there is no risk of drowning