Call 811. Please note that you may have to try multiple times to get through.
Call 211 or visit https://www.ab.211.ca/
Alberta Health Updates:
Canada Public Health
Government of Canada Travel Advice
Mental Health Resources: Adults
CMHA Resouce List – Additional Resources throughout Edmonton Region
Mental Health Helpline – 1-877-303-2642
Toll Free Crisis Line / Distress Centres 1-800-482-4357
Covid-19 and Your Mental Health
Mental Health Resources: Kids
Helping Children Manage Anxiety around Covid-19
How to talk to Children about their Coronavirus Concerns
Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with Covid-19
Healthy Children - Covid-19
Kids Help Phone
Always There App – Live chat with trained counsellors for children
Employment and Financial Assistance
Government introduces Canada Emergency Response Benefit to help workers and businesses
Employment Insurance and Covid-19
Emergency Financial Assistance
How to Access EI and Covid-19 Emergency Benefits
Government of Alberta: Resources for workers facing layoffs
Income Supports – 1-866-644-5135
Economic Aid Package in Development from Government
Edmonton Food Bank
Currently ONLY Accepting Calls – no online or in person orders
Recipes and meal planning
Offers free bagged lunch from 12-1 on Mon-Weds
3831 116th Ave Edmonton, AB
Grocery Delivery Service (Free for orders over $125)
Save On Foods Online Food Ordering and Delivery
Mobile grocery store delivering emergency hampers
Lululemon - Free online yoga.
Youtube – Yoga with Adriene
Virtual Field Trips
Discovery Education: https://www.discoveryeducation.com/community/virtual-field-trips/
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems (Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Author)
Globe and Mail – Ways to keep kids entertained at home
Learn to code
All Kids Network: Free crafts, worksheets, and activities
The Dad Lab – Free Science Experiments to do at Home
Arcademics: Online, Learning Based games
Google Chrome Music Lab: Have Fun Making Music!
PBS Offering Daily Newsletters with activities
Edmonton Public Schools
Note that students will likely be moving to online curriculum after spring break.
Edmonton Catholic School District
Frequently Asked Questions:
Khan Academy – Free Educational Resources for ages 4-12.
Info for using Khan during School Closures: https://khanacademy.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360040418972
Have Fun Teaching
FREE Corona Virus Workbooks by Grade Level (must have a computer or laptop to access)
https://www.havefunteaching.com/resources/relief-packs/IXL – Subscription Based online learning ($)
Scholastic Offering Free Programming During School Closures
Ways to Learn Math without a Workbook
Reading List Grades 4-12.
Most books can be read through the free Kobo app or the Edmonton Public Library Website as an e-book, or through Amazon Kindle online reader.
OK Go Sandbox
Using Creative Music videos to teach STEM concepts to kids
Teaching Financial Literacy to Students of all Ages
Free educational worksheets
Math Activities at home!
Free online lessons for kids