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$14.8 million now available for child care providers

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British Columbia. Ministry of Children and Family Development.
Publication Date: 
2 May 2014
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Child care providers throughout the province are encouraged to apply for a total of $14.8 million in major capital funding to create new licensed child care spaces for B.C. kids.

Starting today, non-profit child care providers can apply for up to $500,000, while private child care organizations can apply for up to $250,000. Funding can be used to:

  • Build a new child care facility, including the cost of buying land or a building.
  • Assemble a modular building and develop a site.
  • Renovate an existing building.
  • Buy eligible equipment (including playground equipment) and furnishings to support new child-care spaces in an existing facility.

 

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Entered Date: 
2 May 2014
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