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Daddy bonus? UBC study finds dads make more than their childless peers

Author: 
Little, Simon & Crawford, Robyn
Publication Date: 
18 Jun 2018
Entered Date: 
18 Jun 2018

Survey: BC child care needs in rural and remote communities

The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) and the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC (CCCABC) are working together to identify child care needs in rural and remote communities in BC. Please complete survey by July 13th, 2018!
Event date: 
12 Jun 2018 (All day) - 13 Jul 2018 (All day)

B.C. to start $200-a-month child-care pilot to prepare for universal system

Author: 
St. Denis, Jen
Publication Date: 
8 Jun 2018
Entered Date: 
11 Jun 2018

Child care minister says Coast faces worker shortage

Author: 
Woodrooffe, Sophie
Publication Date: 
29 May 2018
Entered Date: 
29 May 2018

Toddler dies after wandering away from B. C. daycare

Author: 
CTV News
Publication Date: 
24 May 2018
Entered Date: 
25 May 2018

Port McNeill in focus: Childcare availability crisis a good news/bad news story

Author: 
Whitney, Tyson
Publication Date: 
20 May 2018
Entered Date: 
22 May 2018

B.C. government expands child-care funding for young parents

Author: 
McElroy, Justin
Publication Date: 
18 May 2018
Entered Date: 
22 May 2018

B.C. governments expands child-care funding for young parents

Author: 
McElroy, Justin
Publication Date: 
18 May 2018
Entered Date: 
22 May 2018

BC Aboriginal Child Care Society: Scholarship

Each year the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) gives out the Mary Thomas Memorial ECE Scholarship in honour and fond memory of a highly respected Neskonlith Elder, Mary Thomas. BCACCS offers one $1000 scholarship for eligible Basic ECE students and one $1500 scholarship for eligible Post-Basic ECE students. This scholarship is awarded after you have completed your Basic or Post-Basic ECE certificate or diploma program. Our goal is to recognize and reward two Aboriginal ECE students each year for the highest overall achievement including; academic standing (at an approved educational institution and ECE program within British Columbia), outstanding accomplishments, volunteer work, community involvement, references, history of the applicant, as well as their ongoing commitment to childcare.
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