Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Made with natural ingredients such as whole milk, real cream and luscious fruit, iögo Moment yogurt has a rich and velvety texture that glides off your spoon. The yogurt comes in two formats: a creamy yogurt loaded with fruit on the bottom starring such delectable combinations along with the classics single favours like strawberry and raspberry.
My family are fans of yogurt. Like many Canadians households we wake up every morning and throw a few spoonfuls in a bowl, with fresh fruit and top with granola. However, the iögo Moment yogurt, with its rich and velvety texture has a dessert like taste and feel, providing a calorie wise alternative for busy moms like myself, who are tempted with sweet treats like cakes, cookies and ice cream. With just 140 calories and the same amount of sugar in 100g of iögo Moment yogurt as in 60g of ice cream, it is a healthier option for me and my family.
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by iögo (Ultima Foods Inc). We received a product sample for this review.
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Below is a list of new programming in various communities that will take place during school hours in the event of a strike. We will add more as we receive information.
The City of Abbotsford’s
Day-camp program will continue into September if a settlement isn’t reached.
More Info: http://www.abbotsford.ca/parksrecreationandculture/recreation/abc_preschool.htm
Burnaby 8 Rinks
Offers full-day multisport and hockey camps the first two weeks of September
More Info: 604-291-026 or http://icesports.com/Burnaby8rinks/camps.aspx
Burnaby Village Museum
Fall Heritage Adventure Camp for ages 6-10
Crafts, activities, games and exploring 9 a.m.-3 p.m., with after-care available until 4:30 p.m.
More Info: Burnaby recreation centre, or http://www.burnaby.ca/About-Burnaby/News-and-Media/Newsroom/September-Day-Camps_s2_p4720.html
Music, arts and crafts
More Info: 604-523-6683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sport activities, entertaining games, fun and challenging outdoor adventures, and much more
Join us for a day filled with sport activities, crafts, entertaining games and challenging outdoor adventures
More Info: http://www.coquitlam.ca/parks-recreation-and-culture/sport-and-recreation/recreation-centres/victoria-community-hall.aspx
More Info: http://www.coquitlam.ca/parks-recreation-and-culture/sport-and-recreation/recreation-centres/pinetree-community-centre.aspx
Day camps for children
More Info: 604-939-8232
More Info: 604-512-4840 or .
Webb’s Holiday Acres offers day or overnight horse camp, swimming pool, arts and crafts, games, trampoline
More Info: 604-857-1712 or .
Offers special day camps in September. Parents can begin registering their kids
Scheduled full-week camps in September with themes like Art & Drama, Survival, Wildlife and First Nations Exploration
More Info: Register , by phone at 604-980-9311 or in person at Guest Services.
More Info: 604-927-7529.
More Info: 604-927-7529
Join our youth leaders in September and enjoy a fun and active out trip each day. Bring your swimsuit, towel, water, sunscreen, lunch and water each day. Transportation and entry fees
More Info: 604-927-7529.
Offers a week-long sailing day camp
Offers a six-hour day camp of games, crafts active play and fresh air for kids 5-10 years
Individual full-day and week-long camp options of the Richmond Olympic Oval’s most popular sport camp experience
Offering an action-packed day full of tumbling, jumping, stunt 101, crafts and more
More Info: 778-297-8437 or .
Fleetwood Community Recreation Centre
Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre
Port Kells Hall
Cloverdale Recreation Centre
Newton Recreation Centre
South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre
Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex
North Surrey Recreation Centre
Guildford Recreation Centre will begin to offer camps.
Info More: Visit the for details on the camps, times, and cost.
Offers a full-day schedule of classes for children aged 5-8 which follow the B.C. curriculum for Grades K-3
More Info: 604-733-1356
Beacon Hill Hut camp facility located near the main playground in the park, out-trips, games, activities
Endless Summer’ camps
Offering September School Hour Workshops at its Vancouver and White Rock locations.
More Info: http://www.cooperstudioswr.com/
Teaching at home can go .
Open School BC, log on .
LearnNowBC can learn more .
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
When is the best time to talk to my child about being adopted? Many adoptive parents are apprehensive about discussing adoption with their child. They are concerned about whether their child will understand adoption, how the information will affect them emotionally and whether it will change the parent-child relationship.
As both an Adoption Consultant and an adoptive parent I am convinced that the best time to introduce adoption is right from the beginning of your relationship with your child. Whether a newborn or a teenager, it is never too soon to start talking with a child about their adoption story. I often encourage parents even before their adopted child is placed with them to begin by telling the adoption story to each other to establish a sense of ease and comfort with the information. With this approach there is no need to choose a time to tell your child about adoption because they’ve been hearing about it since you became a family.