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You can also go on Youtube and easily search for the type of workout that interests you (terms in French or English): zumba, yoga, pilates, HIIT, weight training, etc. Thousands of hours of free videos are available!




  • NathB photographer organizes daily (9 am and 1 pm) live photo workshops on her Facebook page. For the young and the old!


  • Artists from the Town of Brome Lake have joined forces to offer a superb virtual art gallery, Libres comme l’art (Free as art).
  • Four of the rooms in the exhibition 350 Years of Artistic Practices in Quebec at the Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ) are now available for virtual visits.
  • The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) gives access to virtual tours of its exhibitions.
  • The website of the Musée d’art de Joliette (MAJ) offers Quarantined Museum : a space of virtual exchange where the public is invited to react artistically to a theme, and partake in a virtual exhibition. 
  • The Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke (MBAS) presents two videos on one of its temporary exhibitions, Anna Wong. A journey on two paths. These videos give a glimpse of how the exhibition was put together.
  • The Centre d’histoire de Montréal offers several virtual alternatives, including more than 500 articles on the great and small history of Montréal. The many topics are complemented by interviews, videos, archival photos and artifacts. Daily appointments will also be created on its Facebook page.
  • The Société d’histoire de Drummond presents two virtual exhibits: Il était une danse and Mémoire de nos municipalités. (in French)
  • The Musée d’Orsay (Paris) offers you the opportunity to discover its collections virtually, in the form of children’s podcasts, HD virtual tours and Youtube videos, or through articles on works with commentary.
  • The Virtual Museum makes it possible to visit no less than 600 exhibitions from many museums in Canada (the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts or the MacKenzie Art Gallery, for example).
  • The Louvre Museum in Paris, the Mona in Tasmania and the MoMA in New York also open their doors virtually. Access to these museums, as well as others around the world, is through the incredible collection of virtual museums on Google Arts & Culture.
  • Images on Stone, a virtual exhibition of the Musée de la Civilisation du Québec. Rock Art in Canada aims to raise awareness of the nature of Canadian rock art sites, their history, cultural and social context, and their past and present importance to Aboriginal communities.


  • For history lovers, to listen to digitized wax roll music, 78 rpm records, old films and books. And even play video games from the ’80s : archive.org
  • Gaspésie Virtuelle makes you discover the many cultural attractions of Gaspésie in 3D!
  • Ascend the Mont Blanc from your home with a 360˚ tour of the mountain. (in French)
  • Get up close with the wildlife, including elephants, of the Okavango Delta in Botswana in a new 360-degree video. No special equipment required!
  • Take a virtual journey around the world with AirPano
  • Visit National Parks from the U.S.A. on Google Arts and Culture. Follow rangers on a journey to places most people never go!
  • Yosemite Park as seen through the eye of an employee who worked there for 15 years before launching this visual project.
  • The organization responsible for tourism development in Chile has produced one of the most comprehensive free applications on the country’s tourist attractions.
  • The virtual visit proposed by the Palace of Versailles is immense. Developed in conjunction with Google, the “private” tour allows you to explore the former residence of the Sun King, from its gardens to Marie-Antoinette’s bedroom, all supported by historical facts, anecdotes and role-playing games, in every nook and cranny of the palace.
  • Take a virtual tour of the magnificent Bagan Archaeological Complex in Burma, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Visit Irland’ coasts with this visit of the Cliffs of Moher.
  • Macquarie Island, nestled in the middle of nowhere, is halfway between Australia and Antarctica. It’s cold, averaging 4°C, and has an average of only about 40 residents deployed to work at a research base. In addition to the island, you can also visit the researchers’ facilities. 
  • Hundreds of historical and virtual tours of Quebec’s regions to visit with BaladoDiscovery.
  • Educational capsules on exotic animals on the Educazoo‘s Facebook page.
  • Educational capsules with the Granby Zoo.
  • ÉduMédia: open and free access to all (therefore not only to subscribing libraries). Interactive resources for science learning.
  • Les Débrouillards, science education resources for young people (in French).
  • Located in the exceptional setting of Mont-Mégantic National Park, the ASTROLab is a museum and an astronomy activity centre dedicated to the public. See live capsules offered by the specialists who work there (in French).
  • Take this opportunity to learn the basics of gardening!
  • You can see peregrine falcons through a camera in a nest box that was installed in 2008 on the 23rd floor of the tower of the main building of the University of Montreal.
  • Live Cams à the San Diego Zoo allow you to see hippos, platypus, baboons, penguins, polar bears, apes, tigers are many more animals.
  • Coronavirus Educational Video
  • Official government website so that children can study from home.
  • La classe de Marie-Ève, review elementary notions every day in the morning with Marie-Ève Lévesque (in French).
  • Alloprof is a charitable organization that offers free homework and lesson assistance to all elementary, secondary and adult education students and parents of students in Quebec (some resources in english).
  • Mon cartable, site for sharing between preschool and elementary school teachers (in French)
  • Online activities to entertain children (multiples options by age) (in French).
  • The Ph’Art créatif (art education website, in French)
  •  Heureduconte.ca – A new microsite for storytime online! Created specifically to meet the challenges of the current crisis and to entertain families, the site brings together and showcases virtual storytelling hours that comply with the Copyright Act. It offers an inventory of storytelling hours available for replay, a calendar of live storytelling hours, as well as podcasts and audiobooks for children. An initiative of the Quebec Public Library Association (in French).
  • LigneParents and the Fédération québécoise des organismes communautaires Famille are joining forces to create Priorité Parents, a new project to provide an additional safety net for Quebec parents during this special time. Thanks to this partnership, some parents will be able to benefit free of charge from a longer-term and fully personalized accompaniment, according to their own reality, offered by a worker from a Famille community organization in their region (in French).
  • Trucs&Bricolages, a collection of a multitude of crafts, tips and tricks for children (in French).
  • Do-it-yourself, manual activities, coloring games and parenting tips, Tête à modeler is the site dedicated to parents and caregivers to help them keep their children occupied intelligently (in French).
  • Confined: gardening activities to do with children. Entertaining and creative suggestions that make you smile!
  • R@conte-moi une histoire, B.A.N.Q.’s youth area (in French).
  • List of children shows, some educational, offered on CBC.
  • Discover many activities to do with your children!
  • Watch Disney’s Magic Happens Parade online.