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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

WOWMOMSWORLD play centres opens

Centre offers programs and services for people of all ages, even babies as young as four weeks old

Young kids can learn gymnastics in a park

A local company is offering workshops in parks around Montreal to get kids moving outdoors

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

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

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Two new camp options for sports lovers

Held at Brébeuf College, campers will have access to state-of-the-art sports facilities, including a turf field, indoor courts, and an ice rink

Kanawana breaks down gender barriers with third sleeping option

Adding a "gender expansive" tent creates an inclusive and accepting environment for all campers

Visit the Montreal Families’ Camp Fair

Planning to send your child to summer camp this year? A great way to gather information is by dropping by our fair on Feb. 16, 2020.

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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

New camp for teens with special needs

Campers will be taught how to have more independence in their everyday lives

Camp offers new Counsellor-in-Training program for teens

Camp Massawippi, dedicated to helping individuals living with motor, hearing, or visual impairments, will be offering a Counsellor-in-Training (CIT) program