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YMCA Community Action Network team launches wellness mural series

(Moncton, NB July 7, 2021) - The YCAN Moncton Staff Team has just launched their mural project - Slash the Stigma. Slash the Stigma is an interactive mural project comprising of three murals, two located at the YMCA Moncton North, 70 Twin Oaks Drive and one located at the YMCA of Greater Moncton, 30 War Veterans Ave.

July 7th, 2021|

YMCA Canada, Canada Day 2021 Statement

While July 1st is a time of celebration and rest for many, YMCA Canada would also like to recognize how challenging a year it has been. There has been a lot to be thankful for, but this is also a time to pause and reflect on where we have been, and where we want to be as a country.

June 29th, 2021|

YMCA Youth Connections

Hosted at YMCA Moncton North, the goal of Youth Connections is to give youth a safe space to call their own, where they can socialize, make new friendships, and learn life skills. Youth Connections has three pillars: socializing, life skills and community-based volunteering.

March 9th, 2021|

Update

Following today’s announcement that our region is able to enter the Yellow phase of recovery, we are happy to announce the following changes that will be implemented as of Monday, March 8, 2021.

March 5th, 2021|

We’d like to give everyone an update regarding the status of our YMCA

We’d like to give everyone an update regarding the status of our YMCA since we shuttered our health, fitness and aquatics services. As you are aware, we decided to shutter our fitness programming and facilities on January 6th in reaction to the province moving to the Orange Level. Since then, the Moncton area moved to the Red Level which was much more restrictive. As announced February 8th, the Moncton area will move back to the Orange Level. This is encouraging news for our community.

February 8th, 2021|

YMCA calls for submissions from local youth!

MONCTON - The YMCA Community Action Network (YCAN) has not let the pandemic slow down youth service projects. YCAN is bringing a new project to the community: named The Coronicles as a way for youth to share their experiences from the Coronavirus pandemic.

February 1st, 2021|
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