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BridgeWay Family Centre

Nurturing parents’ confidence.
Free prenatal to preschool programs at 40 locations.

Join The Indigenous Network for our Journey Together presentation on October 22nd during Family Time at Quenippenon Park. Join our partners, Faron Sond and Wanda Curnew for Ojibway stories, songs, and drumming!

If you have previously registered for an evening program (5:30-7:30pm) at Turtle Creek, Heart Lake, or Brittany Glen, please contact us via [email protected] or please re-register yourself as we have experienced some technical difficulties. We are very sorry for the inconvenience.

Outdoor and On-Site programs are back! Remember to complete our online health screening before attending your program. We can’t wait to see you there!

Please note that program registrations close at 4:00pm the day before the program.

Healthy Start prenatal programs are available online! To find out if you are eligible, email [email protected] or call 905-822-1114 x 228.

Our postpartum peer support group members or anyone who feels they need postpartum support can reach us at [email protected] for ongoing support and resources. Stay tuned for more updates.

Contact [email protected] if you need help finding a resource or just need a listening ear.

On-Site Programs Are Here!

September 3rd, 2021

We have been slowly reopening our EarlyON centres and even more will be opening soon! Come visit us to play,…

What's On This Week - October 17-23

October 17th, 2021

Infant Massage Classes Infant Massage (On-Site) Join us at our Brittany Glen location for Infant Massage beginning Tuesday, October 26th…

What's On This Week - October 10-16

October 10th, 2021

Journey Together at Quenippenon Park! Our partners from The Indigenous Network will be joining us at Quenippenon Park on Friday,…

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Registration is OPEN for Prenatal Classes! Choose between online classes beginning October 28th and in-person classes beginning November 3rd at our Turtle Creek location. Link in bio to register!

#FreePrenatalClasses #PrenatalCare #PrenatalSupport #CommunitySupport #MomToBe2021

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October 15th marks Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. This day is dedicated to:
-bringing awareness to the need for more support for families,
-creating supportive, compassionate, and empathetic environments for parents,
-remembering the infants who have passed.

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Network (PAIL) holds online peer support groups for parents who have experienced the loss of a child. Visit: for more information (link in bio).

To learn more about Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, visit:

#October15 #1in4

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