These resources offer information on young children. Be sure to check out the ECD Information page for information on evaluating resources.
Provides downloadable resource material on various parenting topics.
Better Together promotes and supports cooking and eating together in BC
through a hands-on approach to family, food and fun.
An online adoption meeting place for adoptive and birth families based in Canada, with information, resources, discussion forums, reading list etc. about all aspects of adoption and parenting..
CCCF is committed to best practice in early childhood education.
A national internet support group for kinship families raising "other people's children".
Canadian Living's Website section on Parenting with various articles on topics related to parenting.
A national network aimed at reducing youth violence to make our schools and communities safer. The website provides specific information on ways to achieve this goal.
A resource for prospective adoptive parents who are going through the adoption process with an agency in their area.
It offers programs, trainings and research to help Alberta families achieve improved education, jobs and health.
Decoda supports community-based literacy programs and initiatives in over 400 communities across B.C
GreatDad provides pregnancy tips and advice for expectant Dads. The website also provides parenting information for new Dads, single Dads, and Stay-at-Home Dads.
Provides information about breastfeeding and locating a breastfeeding support LLLC group in your area. Ph. 604-520-4623 to locate LLL leaders in the Lower Mainland.
Advocates for the development of young people's critical thinking skills as they engage with media.
A website that provides parenting articles on attachment parenting and attachment theory, positive parenting and unconditional parenting.
This online parenting course, developed by Saskatchewan Health, covers growth and development, physical and emotional needs, and positive discipline strategies.
Provides information and support to those experiencing prenatal or postpartum mood or anxiety disorder.
A non-profit organization that offers health, development, and parenting information
Great activities for children 3 - 5 years of age to explore science.