Issues: September 2014

In This Issue
Tips and tricks for choosing a backpack that will help protect children's backs
By Kathryn Shubin
Choeur des enfants, a Montreal-based children's choir hopes to expand their program into local area elementary schools
By Morgan Lowrie
There is a simple, nifty product that helps students keep all their "stuff" organized
By Mel Lefebvre
Kids Code Jeunesse, a Montreal company, is providing children a deeper computer education that includes computer programming and coding
By Kamila Hinkson
Families can enjoy many agricultural activities at the 12th edition of Portes ouvertes sur les fermes du Quebec at Parc Jean Drapeau on September 7, 2014
By Elizabeth Tomaras
A new bilingual, proviate elementary school is to open in Dorval in September 2015. It will be a new branch of Sainte-Anne College and will be located in the old Queen of Angels building.
By Nathalie Laflamme
Sheila Parkins Academy of Dance and Music opens a 2nd location in St. Laurent that offers ballet, tap, jazz and hip-hop classes to children ages 4-10
By Morgan Lowrie
The 2014 Montreal Ukrainian Festival takes place on Sept 5-7 at Parc de l'Ukraine in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie
By Elizabeth Tomaras