List Headline Image
Updated by Jane Boyd on Nov 06, 2015
Headline for Media Related to the East Kootenay Child Care Needs Assessment Project 2014
 REPORT
Jane Boyd Jane Boyd
Owner
3 items   1 followers   0 votes   29 views

Media Related to the East Kootenay Child Care Needs Assessment Project 2014

This list includes links to media coverage related to the EKCCNA project. The vision for this project is to identify the child care needs in the East Kootenay Region and to prioritize those needs through a plan for action. This work will be completed in two phases. We are currently in the first phase of the project and will be working together to identify child care needs. This first phase will run from now through the Autumn of 2014; with a final phase one report being issued shortly thereafter.

Councilor reflects on first term - Kootenay News Advertiser

By Sharon Cross, City of Cranbrook Councilor Steep learning curve. Many new relationships. Like having several new dance partners. Some stepping on toes and awkward moves. We readjust and move on, because there's so much to do. Staff provide years of experience and knowledge to help Council move forward on the ever changing dance floor that is our community.

East Kootenay "Childcare crisis under the microscope"

According to the Cranbrook Townsman, a local task force is conducting a child-care needs assessment to "seek public input on problems that families face in securing child care, and make recommendations on how to alleviate the issues." The task force has already conducted a survey that has demonstrated a need for childcare in the area.

Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC

Cranbrook Townsman A new local task force is tackling the East Kootenay's childcare crisis. Starting this spring, the group is conducting a child care needs assessment for the region. The assessment will seek public input on problems that families face in securing child care, and make recommendations on how to alleviate the issues.

  • Jane Boyd

    PRO

    Writer, Marketer, Collaborator, Connector and Entrepreneurial Early Learning & Care Educator/Consultant
    Jane Boyd is a highly connected & visionary leader who builds local & global community — face to face and online. She builds engagement, nurtures collaboration and role models social generosity with intention every day — in life and business. Through 45 Conversations, Jane consults with key stakeholders to address issues related to education, community, business & work-life.

  • Tools