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As a charity dedicated to building healthy communities where everyone belongs, we know we have a shared responsibility to take part in the critical work needed to recognize and overcome racial injustice.
The YMCA of Greater Toronto officially launched The Bright Spot, an online community where older adults can shine.
The YMCA of Northeastern Ontario has made the washroom facilities of the Sudbury YMCA available to the homeless population in their community.
YMCA Gym Class will feature Canadian-made content based on YMCA Canada's Health & Fitness programs and Canada's Physical Activity Guidelines
The gymnasium will be used to provide supports to the homeless.
The YMCA of Cambridge/Kitchener-Waterloo have found a way to support some of the most vulnerable people in their community during COVID-19.
YMCA staff are reaching out to seniors to maintain connections during building closures.
Visit ymcahome.ca to access virtual YMCA fitness and activities.
The YMCA sent the Prime Minister a letter to advocate for the inclusion of charities and non-profits in COVID-19 economic aid funding.
The YMCA of Newfoundland and Labrador continues to be recognized for its environmental efforts.
The success of the program has now inspired expansion to a national level.
The successful YMCA Community Action Network (YCAN) has been extended by an additional year, to March 31, 2021
The YMCA of Southwestern Ontario’s Windsor Learning Centre is leading an innovative, community-driven pilot project called The WE Value Partnership.
On December 9, city council in Coquitlam, B.C. approved – with a standing ovation – the final project plans for a new YMCA in their community.
After the shopping frenzies of Black Friday and Cyber Monday comes Giving Tuesday, an event launched in 2012 to generate holiday spirit.
Communities across the country marked YMCA Peace Week from November 16-23, 2019
These changes will enable the YMCA to continue to provide essential services to meet the needs of the Moose Jaw community.
The YMCA of Brockville and Area and the YMCA of Kingston have unified to become the YMCA of Eastern Ontario.
Thanks to additional support from the Cowan Foundation, the YMCA Alternative Suspension program was officially launched at the YMCAs of Cambridge & Kitchener-Waterloo earlier this school year.