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YMCA's Got Talent!

Hello Everyone!

Join us for YMCA Night at the Sudbury 5 game on February 21st (get your $10 tickets here: with the password YMCA2019 !).

We're also running a contest where you could sing the Canadian National Anthem at the game!  The winner would stay for the game with a friend and get a YMCA Prize Pack. Got any secret singing talent? We want to hear it!

Enter here:  

Rules can be found on our website : 

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Planification de la rentrée à l'école

Enfants NEO, Centre de traitement pour enfants présente des informations aux parents qui sont en période de transition avec leurs enfants pours la rentrée scolaire (2019) et qui peuvent nécessiter des plans de transition spécialisés.

Transition to School

NEO Kids Children's Treatment Centre presents information to parents who are transitioning their child to school (2019) and may require specialized transition plans.

FREE Online Course on OUTDOOR PLAY!

We just received this information from a new post on Technology Rich Inquiry Based Research by Diane Kashin. Children have a right to environments that offer them the opportunity to experience adventurous, challenging and even risky play as it is important to children’s development and overall well-being (Dietze & Kashin, 2017). These words are from a module on risky play that is part of a free outdoor play training course composed of 12 modules. If you are interested in signing up there is an upcoming April intake and the information is attached.

HOP for Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Muscular Dystrophy Canada's HOP for Muscular Dystrophy is a national educational fundraising initiative that promotes compassion, caring and acceptance of differing abilities. The program provides an early introduction to inclusiveness and understanding of physical differences and these differences do not change people on the inside. Funds raised through HOP for Muscular Dystrophy support the tens of thousands of Canadians affected by a neuromuscular disorder through research, education and services.


Registration is now open for the next two sessions of Reading Tails at the Library

Reading Tails is a program designed to improve reading skills for children ages 6 through 12, who already know how to read. Each child will read to a certified Magical Paws Therapy Dog for 30 minutes. Registration is now open for the next two sessions, which will run from: January 11th to February 18th, 2016 and April 4tth to May 12th. Parents can register their children by emailing Annette Lumbis at