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“All of the programs I’ve been a part of at Broadway, kept me out of trouble and helped me with the big barriers I faced, now I’m in postsecondary and wouldn’t be where I am today”

Josephine, 19

When: Monday-Friday

Ages: 6 – 17

The youth are at the core of everything we do at the BNC. They are the future of our community. 


Our Youth Drop-In Program is geared towards youth ages 6 – 17. This program offers a variety of activities such as organized sports, arts & crafts, board games, movies, and music. The intent of this program is to provide youth with a safe space for fun that provides opportunities for growth and prosperity. We want our youth to think of the BNC as a place for them and their friends to feel safe to be themselves, a place where they’re understood, listened to and trusted.

(Sign up is required)



To register, please take the time to fill out the information below.

Temporary / Seasonal Programs provided by The BNC

(when funding is available or staffing)

Running Club

Each week children keep up their endurance by challenging each other to healthy competition with the winners receiving a reward for good sportsmanship and participation


Homework Club

BNC staff provide assistance to children in need of additional support struggling with their curriculum. 


Art Workshops

Once a week, children are encouraged by BNC Staff to find their creativity through different art projects


Music Tutorial Workshops

Once a week, children are encouraged by BNC Staff to find their musical creativity through different forms of music lessons from basic guitar to singing


Cultural Workshops onsite

A new additional program delivered by junior staff who have been inspired over the years to seek Indigenous cultural growth, now sharing their knowledge to the younger generation through sharing circles, workshops and creative activities.


Ball Hockey, volleyball, dodgeball, soccer, badminton, organized games

A variety of sports delivered daily to children regularly attending the centre as a means to encourage physical activity, heathy sportsmanship, social skills and organized sports participation

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