Thousands of parents around the province are returning to work, going back to school or pursuing other opportunities, thanks to the Province funding more than 10,400 new, affordable licensed child care spaces.
həy̓χʷət kʷθə šxʷhəliʔ leləm (Healing Spirit House) officially welcomed the community to its first open house since clients moved into the state-of-the-art, Indigenous-inspired, purpose-built home of The Maples Adolescent Treatment Centre and Provincial Assessment Centre.
Merissa Giesbrecht and her husband Jason never imagined that their path to finally having the family they had dreamed about would arrive through a distant relative.
Child care is getting less expensive and easier to find in Kelowna as the province invests in 68 new child care spaces to give more parents the option to return to work, go back to school or pursue other opportunities.
Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development, has issued the following statement in response to the representative for children and youth’s latest investigative report:
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