Upcoming Parenting Programs

A new support service for parents

A new support service for parents

This free and confidential service helps parents who have questions about child development, discipline, learning difficulties, and more

McGill parenting seminars move online

In this three-part series, parents can learn about the impact of digital learning, social media and cyber bullying, and gaming

McGill unveils its 2020 Effective Parenting Series

The goal is to teach parents about the behaviours and consequences that result when children spend too much time on the internet

Free presentation about video game addiction

An international speaker will share his story of addiction during high school and recovery

Support for parents of teens struggling with addiction

The program will give advice about how to enhance parenting skills to change the dynamic in difficult parent-child relationships

Seminar offers tips to help kids plan and get organized

If your child is constantly disorganized, discover ways to help and how executive function is playing a role

What parents need to know about vaping

At this free lecture, find out about why vaping isn't safe and how it may even be a gateway for youth to take up smoking cigarettes

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

Workshop for parents of children with learning difficulties

Learn how to deal with school issues, handling homework and classroom dynamics

Studio offers classes for kids & adults

Sharp Dance Studio offers break-dance, hip hop, dance hall, jazz and more

Helping people deal with grief

Eight-week program allows people to share their experiences in a small, confidential group setting

Free sports nutrition sessions for families

Author Michael Pollan famously declared that the key to healthy eating is simple: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”