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We offer a fine arts preschool program for children aged 2 1/2 to 5 years old. Our classes have space for a maximum of 10 children per class and are instructed by two teachers providing plenty of individual time and instruction for each child.
We are one of Abbotsford’s only licensed before and after school childcare programs that combines daycare with fine arts. We do school pick up and drop off in our Xtreme Performing Arts buses, and we offer over 10 hours of available dance and art classes for the children, all included in the cost of care. We are fully licensed and all our staff have been certified and background checked.
The styles at Xtreme Talent include, ballet, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, tap, acro, contortion, modern and stage. With a new facility that has over 8,000 square feet of space and 4 large studios, Xtreme Talent has every amenity your child will need to develop into the best dancer they can be.

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    It was here, at the main square in Raqqa, that ISIS militants unveiled their brutality to the world -- they carried out public executions for offenses as minor as smoking and placed the heads of the dead on spikes.
  • Trump takes credit for ISIS 'giving up'
    President Donald Trump took credit for the fact that ISIS is in retreat during an interview Tuesday, claiming that ISIS wasn't on the run before because "you didn't have Trump as your president."
  • Video shows Raqqa execution spot
    This exclusive drone footage shows empty streets and destroyed buildings in Raqqa, a city on the brink of being liberated from ISIS.
  • What comes next for the devastated city -- and for ISIS
    US-backed forces in Raqqa said Tuesday that major military operations against ISIS had ended as they worked to clear out the remnants of sleeper cells and mines in the ruins of the Syrian city.
  • ISIS' power is waning, but its child slave trade is still booming
    A lonely four-year-old stands on a patch of waste ground that passes for a football field. This is where he plays, silent and alone. After years in ISIS slavery, Lazem is finally safe. But he has no one to talk to and, until a few days ago, didn't even know his own name.
  • Life inside Raqqa
    It's notoriously difficult to get information out of Raqqa. ISIS monitors everything inside the city and CNN has a policy of not contacting anyone in the city directly as it would put their lives in danger. Much of the information in this gallery has been provided by activist group Raqqa is Being Silently Slaughtered and many of the sources are unnamed for their own protection. CNN cannot independently verify their information.
  • Children to sue European countries over climate change
    A group of Portuguese children whose district was ravaged by deadly forest fires this summer is to sue 47 European nations, accusing them of failing to take action on climate change.
  • Rape in DR Congo: An economic war on women's bodies
    A seven-minute video showing a woman being beaten, raped and then beheaded in a public square in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was circulating on the messaging platform Whatsapp for months before being validated and published by France 24 last week.
  • Did Japan just ban tattoo artists?
    Black is a color you won't find on the walls of Ron Sugano's tattoo parlor in the upmarket Meguro district of south-west Tokyo, where quaint geometric houses line quiet streets.
  • N. Korea: War may begin 'at any moment'
    Brian Todd reports on a North Korean ambassador's warning, that nuclear war could break out "at any moment."

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Welcome to Abbotsford

Abbotsford is the largest city by area in British Columbia. It is home to the University of the Fraser ValleyTRADEX and Abbotsford International Airport, which hosts the Abbotsford International Airshow. The municipality's southern boundary is the Canada–United States border, across which is Sumas, Washington. In Canada, it is bordered by Langley to the west, the Fraser River and Mission to the north, and Chilliwack to the east. Much of Abbotsford has dramatic views of Mount Baker (to the southeast) and the Coast Mountains (to the north).

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