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Advisory Committee

We invite parents and community members to join our Advisory Committee. Contact us for more information.

Upcoming Events

Fri
June
21
National Indigenous Peoples Day Activities
9:45 am
to 3:00 pm
Celebrating National Indigenous People Day with some fun activities including Bannock making!
Fri
June
21
National Indigenous Peoples Day Activities
9:45 am
to 3:00 pm
Celebrating National Indigenous People Day with some fun activities including Bannock making!
Mon
June
24
Drop-In Play
10:30 am
to 3:00 pm
Build a castle, becoming a fire fighter, paint a picture, conquer an obstacle course - anything is possible when you visit for drop-in play!
Mon
June
24
Drop-In Play
10:30 am
to 3:00 pm
Build a castle, becoming a fire fighter, paint a picture, conquer an obstacle course - anything is possible when you visit for drop-in play!
Mon
June
24
Mom Moment Registered Appointments
9:00 am
to 12:00 pm
'Mom Moment' provides a safe, 1 hour, private session with a counsellor while your child(ren) are cared for by FRC Staff. The role of 'Mom' can be heavy, book a Moment for you.
Mon
June
24
Mom Moment Registered Appointments
9:00 am
to 12:00 pm
'Mom Moment' provides a safe, 1 hour, private session with a counsellor while your child(ren) are cared for by FRC Staff. The role of 'Mom' can be heavy, book a Moment for you.

Our Latest Discussions

Successful Bedtime Routines

Successful Bedtime Routines

Bedtime is always a challenge for families with young children. What are some things you…
The Habit of Mealtime Routines

The Habit of Mealtime Routines

Mealtimes can be chaotic for families. What are some ideas you have to be able…
The Importance of Naptime

The Importance of Naptime

Rest is an important part of a child’s healthy development. What is an appropriate amount…
We acknowledge that we are on the historic land of Treaty 6 Territory – Homeland of the Métis. Let this acknowledgement serve as a reminder to our ongoing efforts to respect, honour and reconcile with the past and present people who stewarded the lands for generations.