Another great Play to Learn event, held this year at Willingdon Community Centre. A huge thank you to all the participating agencies, volunteers and of course you – the families!
Book: I Love You Stinky Face Author: Lisa McCourt “Mama, what if I were a big, scary ape? Would you still love me then?” In line with February’s theme of family, our book recommendation for this month is I Love You Stinky Face,
The City of Burnaby is asking local parents and guardians to share their child care experiences with us. We are launching a survey to understand the diverse child care needs of local families. The survey is part of a broader Child Care Needs
The December feature agency is Vancouver LowerMainland Multicultural Services Society.
The Burnaby ECD Table is proud to announce the launch of our 3-year in the making Burnaby Children’s Charter and Action Planning Guide! It has already been endorsed by both The City of Burnaby and the Burnaby School District! The
We are so happy to announce that the Burnaby Children’s Charter, launched on November 4, 2019 at Burnaby City Hall Council meeting, has now been endorsed by both The City of Burnaby and Burnaby School District 41. City of Burnaby
Thank you to the City of Burnaby for issuing a November 20, 2019 National Child Day Proclamation.
Each month, we’re featuring a Burnaby-based family and children serving agency. This month, we feature BC Centre for Ability, whose focus is to support children, adults and families with special needs. To learn more click here.
For a library of excellent nutrition resources, from Fraser Health. Topics include: Pregnancy & Breastfeeding, Baby 6-12 months, Toddlers & Preschoolers, School Age, Vegetarian, Allergy, Food Safety, and Canada Food Guide.
The Burnaby ECD Table, in partnership with The Burnaby Children’s Community Table (that includes the School Age Initiative), officially launched its Burnaby Children’s Charter on November 4, 2019 at the City Council Meeting and requested the City of Burnaby’s endorsement.