Web Resources

See below for further information on Web Resources

Kids in Victoria

Kids In Victoria (KIV) is a local, online community for moms and dads. KIV fosters relationships between parents in your real-life community, and helps you connect and share with these other, often busy parents.

Website: www.kidsinvictoria.ca

Chatter Block

ChatterBlock helps parents connect with each other, with community organizations, and supports discovery, sharing, and coordinating in a trust-based architecture. ChatterBlock is both a social network for parents and community and a site with local community programs, events, drop-ins, schedules, and happenings..

Website: www.chatterblock.com

Awesome Mommies

Awesome Mommies is a single destination to connect to a parenting community in Greater Victoria (membership fees apply).

Website: www.awesomemommies.ca

Island Parent

On-line version of the Island Parent Magazine.

Website: www.islandparent.ca

PLAY Victoria

Partnership in Learning and Advocacy for Young Children (PLAY) Victoria -- your one stop resource for information and support for early childhood development initiatives in our community.

Website: www.playvictoria.org

Victoria Stroller

The Victoria Stroller is a resource for parents and caregivers with young children to find things to do around Greater Victoria.

Website: www.victoriastroller.ca

Best Chance

This website is filled with up-to-date and practical information, useful tools and resources for women, expectant parents, and families with babies and toddlers up to 3 years of age. Explore this website to help you have a healthy pregnancy, give your baby a good start in life, and support your healthy future together.

Website: www.bestchance.gov.bc.ca

Healthy Children

From the Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA), here you will find information and resources to help you through every stage of your child’s health.

Website: www.healthychildren.ca

HealthLink BC

British Columbians have trusted health information at their fingertips with just a phone call or a click away with HealthLink BC.

Website: www.healthlinkbc.ca

PCEC "1000 X 5" Children’s Book Recycling Project
The PCEC “1000 X 5” Children’s Book Recycling Project was started in April 2008. Through this initiative, gently-used children’s picture books are collected from the community. The books are delivered to our collection depot where they are screened for suitability, counted, labelled, sorted, and bagged for distribution to young children (birth-5 years) and their families.

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