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Honouring Ann Reiner

Honouring Ann Reiner

We wish to honour the memory of Ann Reiner, who died suddenly on December 11, 2019. We are so very sad that this remarkable human being has died. She was loved, valued and vital. KidCareCanada was fortunate to have Ann’s support. Our connection to Infant Development Programs (IDP) began because of Ann and her long-time […]

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Mud Pie Kitchens

Mud Pie Kitchens

Here’s a 2019 story that almost slipped through the cracks of our “news items.” It’s an especially heartwarming story, combining teambuilding, creativity and a great concept for children’s play. Have you ever heard of a mud kitchen? If you haven’t, you are not alone … A mud kitchen, also known as a mud pie kitchen, […]

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Toy Story: Saanich Peninsula Version

Toy Story: Saanich Peninsula Version

In a world that sometimes seems so tragically divided, it is wonderful to see a community join together.
 This year, families on the Saanich Peninsula with help from organizations such as Art For Everyone Foundation, Buddies Toys, Pacifica Real estate, Rarity Fashion, RNS Dance and no doubt others we have missed, collected toys for families […]

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“Anxiety, Stress, and Adversity” – one of our many playlist topics

“Anxiety, Stress, and Adversity” – one of our many playlist topics

KidCareCanada has crafted thematically-based playlists of our videos, available on our website and also via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/KidCareCanada/playlists
 For instance, we have seventeen videos in the playlist on the topic of “Anxiety, Stress, and Adversity”: https://kidcarecanada.org/playlists/anxiety-stress-and-adversity/
 We want to make it easy for you to find ALL of our information on the subjects that are important […]

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Recent board changes – our thanks and celebration!

Recent board changes – our thanks and celebration!

Carl Nilsen has stepped down as president of the KidCareCanada Society Board of Directors to re-join the ranks as a director on the board. The board was unanimous in thanking Carl for his “gracious, thoughtful and consistently high-level leadership” since the inception of KidCareCanada. The board then unanimously voted in Heather McQueen as president and […]

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A thank you is in order!

A thank you is in order!

KidCareCanada is grateful and honoured to have been chosen by the Soon Family Fund as recipients of their generous and thoughtful donation. We especially want to thank Mr. Randy Soon (of ZLC Financial) who, with his family, has taken efforts to learn that our focus at KidCareCanada is social and emotional health. Thank you also […]

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Newsletters

Learn how we empower parents and caregivers – 9th Annual Report

Learn how we empower parents and caregivers – 9th Annual Report

Are you curious to know more about what we do to help parents and caregivers feel empowered? We are happy to announce that our 9th Annual Report (2018) has been published and is also available in PDF format for you to review online. (https://kidcarecanada.org/annual-reports/)
 Two barriers have prevented many parents from accessing information about early […]

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We are featured in Island Parent magazine!

We are featured in Island Parent magazine!

KidCareCanada is delighted to be featured in the latest edition of Island Parent magazine! Find out what “The Blur of a New Baby” actually involves! https://issuu.com/islandparent/docs/ipm_may_19_mag/10

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Newsletter – Oct 2018

Newsletter – Oct 2018

Find out more about 2 new episodes in our Talk Show series – both focusing on Anxiety. “Anxiety in New Parents – The Silent Epidemic” with Dr. Joanna Cheek and “The Anxiety Trap” with Dr. Tisha Gangopadhyay

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Newsletter – Aug 2018

Newsletter – Aug 2018

Why Early Childhood development is a valuable investment and one of the best you can ever make.  

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Newsletter – Jun 2018

Newsletter – Jun 2018

Our 2017 Annual Report is out!

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Newsletter – May 2018

Newsletter – May 2018

An update from our AGM in May with Dr. Janet Werker as Guest Speaker.

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