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Sleepaway camps can open this summer

Sleepaway camps can open this summer

Quebec Public Health has announced that it will prioritize vaccination for camp staff and set forth health protocols in coming days
La Ronde gearing up for 2021

La Ronde gearing up for 2021 season

The amusement park is set to open and offering tickets at discounted prices
Biosphere receives $45 million in funding

Biosphere receives $45 million in funding

The interactive eco-museum explores themes related to water, climate change, air, eco-technologies, and sustainable development
A pumptrack for Sud-Ouest borough

A pumptrack for Sud-Ouest borough

The city's first asphalt pumptrack will be suitable for bikes, inline skates, skateboards, sport wheelchairs, and scooters
Nutritional support for pregnant women

Nutritional support for pregnant women

The Olo Foundation provides food to women who cannot afford to purchase the optimal amount needed for good health
Concordia offers in-person camps

Concordia offers in-person camps

After a year's hiatus due to the pandemic, Concordia will once again welcome campers and offer a new multi-activity camp at its downtown campus
Parc Jean-Drapeau to get overhaul

Parc Jean-Drapeau to get overhaul

Over the next ten years, green spaces will be added, parking spots reduced and visitors will have more access to the water
New website highlights Inuit literature

New website highlights Inuit literature

Young readers can find graphic novels and other traditional books geared to their age group
Summer camp for kids with special needs

Summer camp for kids with special needs

Camp Next Steps offers a variety of activities and outings to help kids socialize and enjoy the outdoors
Local artist creates colouring book

Local artist creates colouring book

Lisa Kimberly Glickman has published a bird-themed educational book that features 25 of her favourite feathered friends
Sesame Street adds two Black muppets

Sesame Street adds two Black muppets

Characters and content are being added to the show to foster open, age-appropriate conversations about racial literacy
Shirts to make chemo a little easier

Shirts to make chemo a little easier

Zippered shirts allow easier access to port-a-caths, which are inserted under the skin in the chest of a cancer patient