It can be difficult for new parents to know which sources of online information they can trust. The following links contain information that we consider to be excellent and supported by research.

General Information

C-section: Guide to Recovery

Importance of Skin to Skin

Cord Care

Baby Bathing

Newborn Jaundice

Tummy Time

Baby’s Best Chance  (Handbook of Pregnancy and Baby Care, B.C. Ministry of Health)


Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the first 6 months of your baby’s life. Continued breastfeeding is recommended for 2 years and beyond.

Preparing to Breastfeed in Pregnancy

Latching Your Baby

Positions for Breastfeeding

Newborn Feeding Patterns

How to Tell if Baby is Getting Enough Milk

Waking Baby to Feed

Increasing Your Milk Supply

Breastfeeding Should Not Hurt

Foremilk/Hindmilk: Do I Need to Worry

Hand Expressing Breast Milk

Pumping Breast Milk

Storing Breast Milk

Mothers’ Milk, Babies’ Choice  (Saskatoon Breastfeeding Matters)

Breastfeeding Information in Other Languages  (UNICEF)