Nourri-Source Montérégie


IMPORTANT: Breastfeeding clinics are suspended until further notice due to COVID-19.


Update of our services and recommendations



Pairing with a breastfeeding support volunteer


Our automated pairing service and telephone support with our breastfeeding support volunteers are maintained.

Our breastfeeding support volunteers can make a difference for families who choose to breastfeed.

Do not hesitate to ask for them.

Online form:

Request a breastfeeding support volunteer

By phone:  1-877-425-0805


Forums on social media


Need a quick answer or advice to your breastfeeding questions?

It is possible to do so through online forums managed by breastfeeding support volunteers: 





COVID-19 and breastfeeding

WHO and UNICEF agree that mothers who become infected should continue to breastfeed their babies while taking certain precautions. The benefits of breastfeeding and the very slim chance of virus transmission to breastmilk outweigh not breastfeeding. Breastfeeding mothers with symptoms of infection should wear a mask when they are near their baby, wash their hands before and after contact with their baby or breast pump, and disinfect contaminated surfaces. If the mother is too sick to breastfeed, it is recommended that she express her milk and that another person give the milk to the baby using a clean spoon or cup.


Everything you need to know about COVID-19


We invite you to consult ABOUT CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) a document published by the Public Health Agency of Canada.