WE Dads


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What is it?

Services, resources and activities for English-speaking men raising children in Quebec City.

Welcome fathers and stepfathers to our information page just for you!   Stay tuned for updates and changes to this page as our programming evolves.

Meet our new Community Animator for WE Dads

Allow us to introduce Jarryd Smith who will be our part-time Community Animator for our WE Dads program.  Many of you may already know Jarryd, a local dad and fitness coach, but also the person who also ran our Dadventures program before the pandemic broke out. We are thrilled to have Jarryd back on our team!  Stay tuned for more exciting things to come for English-speaking dads in our community.  Please read more about Jarryd on Our Team page.

Get connected with other guys raising kids in Quebec City! 

Check out our WE Dads, EPIQ or Family Matters programming to get connected with other father figures and their children.  Be sure to join our WE Dads Facebook page to connect with other guys and to see events happening in the community for dads.    Also, feel free to reach out to our WE Dads Community Animator, Jarryd, directly and get connected with what is happening.  You can reach Jarryd at jsmith@jhpartners.net

Do you know about EPIQ (English-speaking Parents in Quebec)? 

EPIQ (English-speaking Parents in Quebec) events are organized by volunteer parents with support from the community Wellness Centre. Some activities are just for parents (who doesn’t enjoy a night out without the kids?) and other events are for the whole family.   Would you be interested in hosting something for other dads with our without kids?   Let me know!  jprice@jhpartners.net


Some interesting paternity reports in Quebec:

A few great organizations that work with dads and father figures

Check out these great co-parenting tools in English from RVP:

Speaking of co-parenting, check-out this co-parenting application Planiclik that might make coordinating your family life that much easier!

A few great finds from Dad Central and Active for Life, Families Canada and Psychology Today

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