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Shop local for sports activities

Shop local for sports activities and food

Stores and restaurants are creating safe ways to shop through e-stores, takeout counters, inexpensive delivery, and curbside pickup
Family clinic offers specialized therapy

Family clinic offers specialized therapy

Services include speech therapy, occupational therapy for people with sensory or cognitive problems, psychology services, and group therapy
Support local merchants this season

Support local merchants this season

From hobby items and crafts to clothes and accessories, Montrealers have many local retail options when deciding where to purchase gifts
Sponsor a horse in need

Sponsor a horse in need

A nice gift for your horse-loving child, each sponsorship comes with a welcome letter, a picture, and the story about your horse
Teens can access free therapy

Teens can access free virtual therapy

The Teenage Health Unit at the Goldman Herzl Family Practice Centre is reaching out to teens who are suffering from mental health issues due to the pandemic
Shop locally for books and toys

Shop locally for books and toys

This holiday season, local retailers need our support more than ever. Below is a list of places where you can purchase the perfect present for loved ones
SnowPass Canadian Ski Council

SnowPass allows kids to ski virtually 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
programs to build life skills

Centre offers programs to build life skills

The Youth Stars Foundation has a new location in D.D.O. and is offering online programs during the pandemic
Boost hockey fitness off the ice

Boost hockey fitness off the ice

Hockey players may not be lacing up their skates very much these days but there are ways for them to hone their skills while at home

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Free nature workshops for kids

Free nature workshops for kids

During Zoom meet-ups held in French, children can learn about woodpeckers, snakes, turtles and more
New C.I.T. program launched for teens

New C.I.T. program launched for teens

Youth Stars Foundation is offering an eight-week course that teaches kids about leadership, conflict resolution, professionalism and financial literacy
CTV Santa Claus parade

CTV airing Santa Claus parade

Montrealers had to forego the Santa Claus parade this year but kids can enjoy similar festivities on television Dec. 5 and 12
New sledding hills at Ignace-Bourget Park

New sledding hills at Ignace-Bourget Park

For three years, Pente a Neige offered winter sports at this park but the borough decided this year it would offer residents free recreational activities for families
Kids can chat with Santa online

Kids can chat with Santa online

Two malls in Montreal are arranging for Santa to talk to kids virtually from his office in the North Pole
Watch IMAX Documentaries

Watch IMAX documentaries at home

The Montreal Science Centre is streaming eight productions for just over $1 per documentary

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Gifts that teach kids about charity

Gifts that teach kids about charity

If you want to teach your children about helping others, why not buy presents that will help the less fortunate. This year, many charities give the option to help those affected by COVID-19
Books that celebrate holiday traditions

Books that celebrate holiday traditions

The four books will take children on a holiday journey around the world, which may be a very welcome escape during these times
primer on Dungeons & Dragons

A primer on Dungeons & Dragons

A local 13-year-old boy explains how to do online role-playing sessions with friends to master this game of storytelling
connect with grandparents

Five ways to connect with grandparents

From playing chess and baking to doing crafts and reading together, discover the many ways kids can bond with the older generation
Kids should be able to play sports

Kids should be able to play sports

A local pediatrician says every time we stop kids from being physically active, it damages their physical and mental health
How to take the homeschooling leap

How to take the homeschooling leap

Montreal Families associate editor explains why she decided to homeschool her kids this fall and offers parents advice on how to embark on this courageous journey