729-601 Spadina Crescent East
Delta Bessborough Hotel
The Children's Discovery Museum is a place where children learn through play. Their exhibits and programming foster creativity, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning. Visit today for some serious fun!
One of Saskatchewan's most beloved annual events, the Children's Festival provides affordable cultural and educational activities designed specifically for chidren. They are committed to offering experiences that are fun, family-friendly and affordable.
The overarching goal of CUISR is to build the capacity of researchers, community-based organizations and citizenry to enhance community quality-of-life.
kidSKAN is for everybody with an interest in early childhood development in Saskatchewan. They have diverse visitors to their website, with differing interests, so they have organized their content to make it easy to find.
This project has evolved and grown over the last few years. This growth has been made possible because of the input from the people and groups of the Core Neighbourhoods who want to see their community become a secure and healthy place in which all people want to live. To achieve this, this consortium believes that youth (and their families) of all ages need more options to connect to community / recreation, life skills development and fun projects that will help everyone learn new skills.
This site is designed to provide information, resources and links important to supporting and educating parents and caregivers.
Volunteer Saskatoon is an exciting service of United Way of Saskatoon! Volunteer Saskatoon offers a range of programs and services to support and promote volunteerism in our community and in Saskatchewan.
Youth Central (formerly Child and Youth Friendly Calgary) envisions a community where all youth are engaged, involved, informed and inspired. This vision is based on the firm belief that young people who experience involvement and philanthropy at an early age grow up with an ongoing sense of responsibility to their community.
CAYFO aims to build youth capacity and celebrate youth achievement. Their programming is based on a "for youth by youth" philosophy where programs are created and grown by young people and supported by adults. The youth involved are provided with mentorship, an opportunity to advance their skills and equal partnership, which enhances their own abilities and the community at large.