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A « distancing » donation!

août 7, 2020
Preschool kids play with building bricks in while sitting on floor in daycare

Here’s how one little girl had a safe event and made a donation to BridgeWay at a safe distance. Thanks to Jaynee and her family. You made our day!

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What’s On This Week – June 9-15

Upcoming Closure Programs at our Riverside location as well as our Mom's Chat program at Lakeside Park will be closed on Wednesday June 12th for staff training. Join us at one of our other centres for the day! Nearby locations include Jack Darling, Turtle Creek,...

What’s On This Week – June 2-8

June is Indigenous History Month! Here are 17 Heartwarming Children’s Books by Indigenous Authors & Illustrators BridgeWay staff have read and reflected on some children’s books by Indigenous authors and/or illustrators. Below is a list of books and what stood out...

What’s On This Week – May 26-June 1

Upcoming Closure Wednesday, May 29 All EarlyON sites closed Healthy Start and GTIP programs will remain open Brittany Glen, Heart Lake, Gore Meadows and Brampton Library South West will open at 5:00 PM Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support If you’re a mom who has...

What’s On This Week – May 19-25

Upcoming Closures Thursday, May 23 All sites are closed during the day First Aid/CPR (Online), Healthy Start (Online) and Car Seat Safety (Online) remain open Brittany Glen, Heart Lake, and Turtle Creek open at 5:00 PM Gore Meadows opens at 6:00 PM Wednesday, May 29...

What’s On This Week – May 12-18

Upcoming Closures Saturday, May 18 Brampton Library South West, Heart Lake, Streetsville and Turtle Creek are closed Brittany Glen and Gore Meadows remain open Monday, May 20 All sites are closed Thursday, May 23 All sites are closed during the day First Aid/CPR...

Play Ideas

LGBTQ2S+ Books for Children Birth to 6 Years

We’ve put together a list of books celebrating LGBTQ2S+ children and families! These books are perfect for children with queer parents/caregivers to see families like theirs, for children to see themselves and their peers, and for everyone to learn about and celebrate...

Creative Ways to Build Ramps

Ramps are a fun and interactive tool for children to explore math and science concepts. When they roll a toy down a ramp, they're learning to make predictions and problem solve while also learning about concepts like motion, speed, and cause and effect. There are fun...