Lions Quest is a program supported by Lions Clubs

Lions Quest Programs are school-based resources that help young people develop fundamental social and emotional competencies related to Provincial Learning Outcomes. For more information on the Lions Quest Programs please visit our website at

We are very excited to be spreading the word about Positive Youth Development in Canada and if you are interested in hosting a workshop in your community or would like to register for a workshop please click on the link or contact Kay Nelles, our Events Coordinator at 1.800.265.2680 ext. 102


“Do Your Part!” Community Workshop

This workshop is open to anyone who is interested in making a difference for children and youth in your community!

March 27, 2018   6:60 - 9:30 PM
Bramalea Lions Hall 45 Avondale Blvd
Brampton, Ontario Canada

Cost: Free

To Register for this or our other future sessions please call Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or

Engage & Learn

Building Community Capacity for Positive Youth Development Training-of-Trainers (Toronto, ON)

March 28 & 29, 2018   9:00 am - 4:00 PM
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto
501 - 2345 Yonge St. SW
Toronto, Ontario Canada

Call Megan Vella, 416-925-8981 ext. 4139 or email  to register for this session

To Register for this or our other future sessions please call Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or
Lions Quest K-12 Social and Emotional Learning Workshop (Brampton, ON)
Based on the Developmental Asset Framework
Skills for Growing (Grade K-5)
Skills for Adolescence (Grade 6-8)

Click HERE to download the registration form

Spot One Restaurant

289 Rutherford Road South
Brampton, ON L6W 3R9

Saturday, April 7th, 2018

8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Workshop Fee – FREE
(Participation is based on a first - registered, first-served basis and space is limited to 36 participants) $395.00 registration fee is generously being paid by District A711 Lions Clubs
Lions Quest Social Emotional Learning Workshops
Are you ready to take the next step and participate in one of our school-based workshops?  Over the past 30 years, over 50,000 educators across the country have participated in Lions Quest Program training across Canada and implemented the programs in their schools and classrooms. With the significant revisions in this latest release, we are pleased to share the dates of upcoming workshops to revitalize or re-introduce the program in your area. Local Lions Clubs may be willing to subsidize the workshop fee of $395/teacher, just contact us to help make that connection.  New dates are being added regularly, check our calendar to register for a workshop near you. 

February 7, 2018
Lions Quest Community Workshop
Oak Park Community Centre,
2200 Sawgrass Dr.
Oakville, ON

Attend a Lions Quest Workshop near you

Join Us to Make a Difference for Kids:

How can a community best support the development of healthy, capable young people of strong character?
  • Strong positive relationships with people who care about them
  • Safe and caring places to live, learn, and play
  • Opportunities to provide sservice to others, learn and try new things
  • Healthy habits
  • Hope for the future

      Community Workshop Agenda and Highlights:

  • Learn how our simple, everyday actions can have an impact
  • Shift from focussing on young people's problems to promoting their strengths
  • Understand the "Ripple Effect" and identify where you can do your part
  • Commit to make a difference
To register for these Community Workshops: contact Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or email; or Lion Bill Speck @ 416-460-7824, Email:
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Webinar     
Please join us for a FREE webinar on Monday September 18 at 1 pm EDT to learn about this latest edition of Lions Quest Skills for Growing, Skills for Adolescence, and Skills for Action.  We are offering you another chance to participate in the webinar which will include a brief overview of social emotional learning, followed by a description of Lions Quest programs and how the material supports the SEL approach for Early Learning to Grade 12 in Canadian schools.

Key Components of Lions Quest programs:
  • Classroom Curriculum
  • Service Learning
  • Training
  • Positive School Climate
  • Family Involvement
  • Community Involvement

Lions Quest Canada

Lions Quest Canada is a registered charitable organization dedicated to fostering positive youth development by producing and disseminating effective tools to empower and unite caring adults in all aspects of young people’s lives. These tools include innovative and well-researched programs, products, training and services for youth, parents, educators, and community leaders.

Click Lions Quest Canada Mission, Core Values and Beliefs
For details on other future sessions please call Kay Nelles, Events Coordinator, Lions Quest Canada  1-800-265-2680 ext. 102, or


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