Run Jump Throw Wheel is a program that helps kids with different interests discover a feature that they find appealing in structured play.
Amelia, a Camp Glenburn Counsellor-in-Training walks you through a typical day at camp, and shares why her summers will never be the same again without Camp Glenburn.
Almost 40% of newcomers served at the YMCA are youth under the age of 18. Our team works so hard to help them integrate into our community, and you can help during these formative years of their life.
Getting started at the gym is often the hardest part. We want you to know that you are not alone and that our staff is here to coach you in every part of your fitness journey.
The Settlement Counsellors at YMCA Newcomer Connections are familiar faces to many in our community, but did you know there are ways that newcomers can help support the work this team does each day?
We're marking nutrition month with a recipe for a favourite healthy snack.
Do you speak English - and an additional language? You may want to consider volunteering your time and linguistic talent with the Newcomer Connections Interpretation Team!
The Language Team at Newcomer Connections teaches the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) program to adult learners with a wide range of literacy levels. Our dedicated teachers do so much for the students we see each day - but so do the valuable volunteers who work with them to meet their goals.
A ferry ride over the Kennebecasis River, a winding road along the Bellielse Bay leads to a tree lined driveway. Follow the driveway to a camp, bustling with activity, amongst a backdrop of 100 year old trees, dirt paths and a history lasting over a lifetime. Welcome to the greatest outdoor adventure. Welcome to Camp Glenburn.
Stephanie McGarrigle's Y story involves her love for various activities and programs, which support both her development and the growth of her children. Check out the top 10 reasons she loves her YMCA.