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The 2016 YMCA Healthy Kids Survey results spark the YMCA to call on Canadian parents to prioritize their families’ health
The Board of Directors of YMCA Canada – after a comprehensive search process – is excited to announce the appointment of Peter Dinsdale as their next President & CEO
This National Volunteer Week (April 10 – 16), we would like to thank the 27,000+ individuals who volunteered their time and talent to YMCAs across Canada in 2015.
The Strong Girls, Strong World infographic empowers leaders and change makers across Canada...
On January 26, members of the community and of the YMCA of Greater Toronto unveiled a 64-year-old connection to the Y’s past on Kingston Road in Toronto.
In partnership with the City of Vaughan, the YMCA of Greater Toronto will open a new YMCA Centre of Community in 2019.
The new Marystown YMCA has proudly opened its doors! This exciting partnership is helping the population of Marystown and other communities on the Burin Peninsula become healthier and more active.
Get a sneak peek of this brand new facility!
There was lots of excitement going on at YMCA Peace Week events held at 40 YMCA Member Associations.
We're proud to be a partner in this new initiative, rewarding participants with loyalty points for making healthier lifestyle choices.
The BMO NBA All-Star KidsFest is now over and it was a big success!
YMCA Canada recently launched a new national campaign called It Starts Here. The campaign showcases the power of community at the YMCA that is helping people of all ages and stages achieve greater health and well-being.
The Canadian Senate Report on Obesity was released March 1 at an event held at the National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA and CEO Bob Gallagher represented the YMCA Federation at the event.
For the fifth consecutive year, the YMCA of Greater Toronto has been named one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers!
In an effort to explore the potential development of the first YMCA within a First Nation in Southwestern Ontario, the YMCAs across Southwestern Ontario and Walpole Island First Nation signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on February 11.
On January 14, 2016, Toronto Mayor John Tory was on hand for the official opening of the program at YMCA Sprott House.
On January 19, the Intercultural Dialogue Institute of the Greater Toronto Area awarded its first Peace and Dialogue Youth Award to the 4Rs Youth Movement.
Moose Javians will more easily be able to access mental health services, thanks to a new initiative announced on January 27.
On January 13, the YMCA of Regina unveiled the details of Regina’s Housing First Strategy. Described as a way to take “concrete action” to address homelessness...