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February 19: Planned Outage of Websites and Online Services for Maintenance

Posted February 17, 2017

On Sunday, February 19 from 6:00-11:00 AM, the following websites and online services will not be available while system maintenance is performed. Websites and online services may become available during this time frame, but may be subject to intermittent availability. We thank you for your patience.

  • WebReg - program registration for recreation and arts activities
    (Additional planned outage takes place Sunday, February 19 from 10:00 PM until 2:00 PM Monday, February 20)
  • eAgenda - agendas, minutes, reports for Council, Board, Committee and Commission meetings
  • Dog Licences - renewals  
  • Portal Login - for tenants of city owned properties and city employees
    (This service will be restored at 8:00 AM Monday, February 20)
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Services for Parents and Children

The Fraser Health Authority manages the breast feeding clinics, parent & infant and child health clinics. The Citizen Support Services runs the Cuddle Program fro new moms. If you are in need of our services, please contact the Fraser Health Authority.

Citizen Support Services Parents and Children

Programs for Parents and Children

Child Health Clinics                  
Child Health Clinics are held weekly throughout Burnaby. While nurses counsel parents and administer vaccines, volunteers weigh and measure infants, look after siblings when necessary and keep the clinic running smoothly. These clinics are held at Cameron Recreation Centre, Deer Lake, Edmonds, Eileen Dailly Pool Centre, and South Burnaby United Church Hall.

Breast Feeding Clinics
Breast Feeding Clinics are held twice a week on Wednesdays at McGill Library and on Thursdays at Tommy Douglas Library in the afternoon. Volunteers will assure your comfort and weigh and measure your baby. 

Parent and Infant Clinics 
This program is held on Monday mornings at the Bonsor Recreation Complex.  The public health nurse answers questions about baby growth and development and discusses topics of interest to new parents.

Cuddle Program
Volunteers provide gentle guidance and a helping hand in caring for your newborn. You can take this time to do housework or get some much needed rest. Cuddle program referrals come through Public Health Nurses. The Cuddle Program was developed by the City and has been so successful, it has attracted positive attention from other communities who want to replicate the program.

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