News

Shaw TV features KidCareCanada!

On April 4, we were on “The Daily” a Victoria cable TV program.  News journalist, Jen Muranetz, highlighted our up-coming video on post-partum depression.  This video is partially funded by the Victoria Foundation.    Shaw chose to focus on alternative therapies that can complement professional treatment and interviewed one of “our” moms with her adorable […]

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Gaming Funds

It was not an “April Fool’s Day joke” when our treasurer, Kevin Koch, discovered a deposit of $100,000 in our Gaming Funds account.  We were extremely appreciative of this vote of confidence by the Province of BC and are wisely using every penny.  You will notice we formally acknowledge the province in every video we […]

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Second Annual Report 2011-2012 is here

Please view our Second Annual Report. We had a great second year, and look forward to an exciting and productive third year. KidCareCanada Society Second Annual Report 2011-2012

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CONGRATULATIONS  Dr. Andrew Macnab!

CONGRATULATIONS Dr. Andrew Macnab!

Congratulations to our own Dr. Andrew Macnab, lead Pediatrician with KidCareCanada Society. Andrew has been honoured with the 2012 Rose award from Rose Charities International for outstanding humanitarian work for African children through the Brighter Smiles Africa program and African Hearts project. “For unstinting commitment to care for the homeless and disenfranchised youth of Uganda, […]

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Developing a new video: Perinatal/Postpartum Depression

Developing a new video: Perinatal/Postpartum Depression

KidCareCanada has received funding from the Victoria Foundation to develop a new video on Perinatal/Postpartum Depression. Dr. Carolyn Steinberg We are working with the Minsitry of Health, BC Womens Hospital, the Pacific Postpartum Society and leading experts in the field. Filming is underway. We have filmed Ms. Lynda Dechief in Nelson BC, Dr. Carolyn Steinberg […]

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Born to Communicate

KidCareCanada Society is currently putting the finishing touches on a new video, called Born to Communicate. It features the work of Dr. Janet Werker an international leader in the field of language development in infants and children. Filming took place in Dr. Werkers newborn lab at BC Womens Hospital and in the Infant Studies Centre […]

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Newsletters

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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Newsletter – Feb 2018

Newsletter – Feb 2018

Love and the Importance of Touch Introducing our series on Baby Massage

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Newsletter – May 2017

Newsletter – May 2017

Spring is a time of renewal and growth.

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