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Please see the community survey for the communities listed below, if there members come in and they have children who are partaking in any on reserve early learning childcare programs:
Also if there are any calls for me or Pam Wellard (who is assisting me on this project) regarding this survey/information collection project, please make sure we receive the call or message.
This is a time sensitive and very important matter, as the Government of Canada wants to hear from the communities we serve, in particular the early childcare providers/coordinators, parents and elders:
To provide the vision of Indigenous Early Learning Childcare as they are going to be collecting this information to frame the future of Indigenous Early Learning Programming. This is our chance for our wants and desires for our children to be included (especially the culture and language inclusion) in an Indigenous Early Learning Framework.
Also if there are members that come in and they have children who are partaking or will be partaking in on these reserves early learning childcare programs, please have them fill out the survey form.
Quality Assurance Officer
North East Native Advancing Society
10328 – 101 Avenue
Fort St. John, BC
Phone: 250-785-0887 Ext: 2203
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