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  1. Offers summer day camps for youth ages 9-14 years.  Includes activities such as: Music Arts and crafts ROPES course Rock climbing Sports and activities Lunch and snacks provided
  2. A week long medically supervised recreational-based camp for kids living with cancer or in remission. The camp is in the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia. Free transportation by bus is provided or parents/guardians can drive their kids directly to the camp. All...
  3. Overnight summer camp for youth living with Crohn's, colitis, an ostomy, or a cecostomy. Campers get to form friendships with other youth who share a similar experience. Food and activities are specialized. Activities include: Canoeing Drama Cooking Environmen...
  4. A week long sleep-away summer camp for children and youth in the Maritimes who are living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Campers have the opportunity to: Build friendships with peers who experience the same health challenges Learn about their diseas...
  5. Offers residential summer camps designed for children living with type 1 diabetes. Two camps options: Overnight camp for youths, ages 13-14 at Camp Morton Family Camp for children and youth, their parents, siblings, and caregiversCamps are located in Nova Scot...
  6. Day CampProvided by: Camp Abegweit - AKA: Camp Abby
    Offers day camps for children during the summer in a Christian environment.  Activities may include: Arts and crafts Swimming Archery Sports and rec Music and drama Outdoor life/skills
  7. Family CampProvided by: Camp Abegweit - AKA: Camp Abby
    Offers a two day and night camp for families each summer. Accommodations and meals included. Activities may include: Camp fires Arts and crafts Archery Games Other staff organized events
  8. Lake JoeProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    A variety of overnight summer camps offered for kids and adults living with sight loss. Located in Muskoka, Ontario, camps blend recreation and skills development. Examples of activities include: Make a splash: fishing, canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding, boati...
  9. Leaders in TrainingProvided by: Camp Segunakadeck - AKA: Camp Seggie
    Christian-based program to help students learn leadership skills. Includes a training weekend, canoe trip weekend and 1-2 weeks service at Camp during summer camp weeks.