WHAT YOU WILL NEED: Large Pot Small Pot Strainer or Colander to drain noodles Tongs Knife Wooden Spoon to stir INGREDIENTS 8 ounces Udon Noodles or Spaghetti 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil 2 teaspoon minced ginger 2 teaspoon minced garlic 1/3 cup chopped onion 1/2 cup creamy WOW BUTTER (PEANUT BUTTER ALTERNATIVE - you may use PEANUT BUTTER if not allergic) 1/4 cup low-sodium soy sauce or Tamari 1/4 cup hot water 1 Tablespoon cider vinegar 2 tablespoons Maple Syrup or Brown
Lunar New Year fruits and food to try for the YEAR OF THE TIGER! Why not try some of these delicious foods and fruits to start your Lunar New Year …and learn along the way!
These delicious fruits and foods have so many symbolic meanings. Some countries who celebrate the Lunar New Year may have varying symbolic meanings or traditions. At LCCC, we encourage you to research more and extend your knowledge to friends and families. Below, pick what you like from the list and cele
HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR ! 2022 Brings the Year of the TIGER! The glitzy Christmas/Holiday celebrations are well behind us and it seems we’ve welcomed the cold and heavy snowfalls into 2022. However another festivity is just around the corner! Lunar New Year which begins on Tuesday February 1, 2022. It celebrates fortune, wisdom and happiness! Of course not everyone celebrates this tradition, but you can certainly learn all about it.
Here are fun ideas and information for any
January 29 is a date that Muslims in Quebec and the rest of Canada will forever mourn. Islamophobic‘s took the innocent lives of six Muslim men, as they prayed at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City. Many more were injured. This attack affected and continues to afflict many families, friends, neighbours, and communities across Canada. But January 29 also represents a day of hope, a day where we can come together for a better future for Canadians of all backgrounds, for
The cold weather is already upon us and we want to ensure that all families are prepared and aware of TDSB Severe Weather Procedure. Please note that for 2022: When buses are cancelled - ALL schools will also be CLOSED; to staff & students. This closure will include Before- and After-School Programs and Extended Day Programs. Child care programs (serving infant, toddler and preschool) can remain open to families. In the communication to parents sent Monday December 13, fam
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students, The Government of Ontario has now confirmed media reports that students in school boards across the province will be returning to in-person learning on Monday, January 17. At this point in time, we have not yet received additional information from the Ministry of Education, however TDSB staff are actively working to confirm as many details as possible – such as daily screening requirements and health and safety measures, among other items.
Lakeshore Community Childcare Centre began with a group of community members in 1987 in conjunction with the plans for the rebuilding of Seventh Street School. After much hard work and political lobbying, Lakeshore Community Child Care Centre opened its doors to families in South Etobicoke on January 8th 1990. The goals of this group were, and still are, to provide a high quality, non-profit, community-based program that is run by the parents using it. The corner stone of th
The new PCR Covid-19 testing guidelines neglect the thousands of children in daycares across the province, by not giving them the same access to take-home tests as children in elementary and high school will receive. It is profoundly unfair to put our smallest members of society, who aren't yet eligible for vaccines, at risk by not giving them access to take-home PCR tests. It is also untenable for working parents to need to isolate an entire family for five to ten days for e
This past holiday break was like no other as we continued to stay mindful and vigilant. We did our due diligence by following public health advice, so we could enjoy a safe and fun holiday season. In 2021, the pandemic has dominated our lives since day one. We’ve all had to adapt to a “new normal". As for 2022, Ontario schools closed for in-person learning to remote learning from Jan 5 until at least Jan. 17 2022. As a global community – we have never been more connected by a