Meeetings of this Group are led in English and French (thanks to La Ligue La Leche www.allaitement.ca). Arabic Language interpretation will be provided by the AMA Centre (www.amacentre.ca).
Please use the lower entrance, on the left as one approaches the building from Hunt Club. You will find yourself in a small vestibule. Please remove outdoor footwear in the vestibule before passing through the doors to the basement activity room.
We know babies and toddlers don't run by the clock! You and your little one(s) will be welcome whenever you arrive and may leave whenever you need to. No confirmation or registration is required, and the meeting is free of charge.
OC Transpo: Many routes serve this address, near the south-west corner of Bank & Hunt Club. Disembark on the west side of Bank St. (the "Harvey's" plaza if your route is coming from the north or the east, "Towngate Centre" ("BMO" and "Produce Depot") if your route is coming from the west. The nearest Transitway Station is South Keys.
Parking: There is ample free parking. The entrance to the parking is on the south side of Hunt Club, accessible only from the eastbound lanes.
LLLC meetings - You are always welcome to attend LLLC meetingsbefore and after you have welcomed your baby. Bring your breastfeeding/chestfeeding questions and concerns, talk about your joys and challenges or come and just listen. Babies and young children are always welcome, and some Groups include father/partners and support persons in some or all of their meetings.
All La Leche League Canada Leaders are volunteers. They are experienced breastfeeding/chestfeeding parents who have been accredited to provide up-to-date breastfeeding/chestfeeding information, encouragement and support.
For More Information: Contact a local La Leche League Leader in the Find a Group/Leader section.
If you have received help from La Leche League, we would appreciate your support in the form of a donation so we can continue to help others breastfeed. Thank you!
To encourage, promote and provide breastfeeding, chest feeding and human milk feeding support and educational opportunities as an important contribution to the health of children, families and society