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In Canada, 30,000 babies are born premature each year.

NICU families shouldn't have to do it alone.

Help continue this good work helping preemie babies and their families. A little goes a long way.

Visit our World Prematurity Day 2023 page here

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Father with Newborn Baby

We are a parent led, charitable organization providing education, support and advocacy for premature babies and their families.

Our efforts are focused in these areas of greatest impact.
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Free support programs and information to help you along the way


Educational resources to help you feel confident and comfortable

Awareness & Advocacy

Supporting best care practices and raising the parental voice 


Collaborating with researchers for better outcomes

Meet Our Team

Parents of premature babies, together with neonatal health care professionals from across Canada, make up our dynamic CPBF Team!

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Help premature babies and their parents reach the most important graduation day of all.

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You'll find other preemie parents, supporters, educators, educational materials, activities, relevant news, and events.

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Canadian Preemie Parent Support Network

Simply send a request to join. Share stories, concerns, resources in a comfortable online community with other parents like you.

Virtual, Drop-In

Peer Group

Every Thursday at 12pm EST, join preemie parent Kate Robson as she hosts. Contact us for a link, and meeting code. 

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"Alone we can do so little.  Together we can do so much." - Helen Keller

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The CPBF head office is located on Treaty 13 territory, home to the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We note Treaty territory to recognize, reflect and actively participate in reconciliation with the Indigenous peoples on whose land we work and live.

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