Small, Rural and Remote Child Care Survey

UBCM and the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC (CCCABC) are working together to identify child care needs in small, rural and remote communities in BC. Local governments are invited to complete our survey by July 20th.

Our findings will be summarized in a report that will be provided to the Province in an effort to inform its policy direction on child care in small, rural and remote areas of BC.

All local governments, including regional districts, electoral area directors and urban communities, are welcome to complete the survey. The information gathered will be useful for any future conversations with the Province on child care.

As part of the background research for this report, UBCM and CCCABC will be conducting a number of in-person meetings with small, rural and remote communities to better understand how families access child care in their communities, what they need, and how they can ensure their needs are represented in the provincial child care plan. These meetings will take place in mid- July in the Peace River region.

The final report will be available in late summer. For more information or questions about this project, please contact UBCM staff.

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