Day camps

logo_seul.pngSummer's coming and so are the day camps!  

Your child is enrolled in one of the many camps offered by the City of Brossard this summer.

Here's the information you need for you and your child to start camp off on the right foot!


To find out about planned activities, the Frim-Express newsletter is available each Friday. There you will find out about the activities planned for the following week .

To learn more about Camp Frimousse, click here: Camp Frimousses

Le Frim-Express | From June 26 to 30


The Baluchon of Brossard's Camp Soleil is published for you. This document contains useful information that will help you plan your child's stay. We suggest you read it carefully and take note of your questions. The camp staff will be pleased to answer them at a meeting scheduled to take place in June. 

To plan your child's stay: click to view the document Baluchon

You will find below a letter about your child's group:


Your child is enrolled in one of the camps listed below. A letter is addressed to you. It will discuss the camp's objectives and provide a wealth of necessary information for you and your child.




Day camp | Summer 2017


Health form

NEW FOR 2017 
Health Information Sheet REQUIRED for day camp registration

NEW! The Health Information Sheet is COMPULSORY; without it, you will not be able to register your child for a day camp.

IMPORTANT: not only must a Health Information Sheet be completed for each child registered, but it IS VALID FOR 11 MONTHS ONLY. It is ESSENTIAL to check if your child's health sheet is still valid.

It is MANDATORY to fill out your children’s health form prior to registering them to a day camp.


Download the health form

Federal Tax Credit

You are entitled to a tax credit for costs relating to registering your children in physical activities or artistic/cultural programs. To learn how much you can claim for all City of Brossard day camps, click here.