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The British Columbia Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) is committed to nurturing excellence through community outreach, education, research and advocacy, to ensure every Aboriginal child in BC has access to spiritually enriching, culturally relevant, high quality early childhood development services.


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BCACCS re-launches the From Seed to Cedar AECDC Awareness Campaign!

With the right conditions the smallest seeds can become the tallest cedars.

Aboriginal Early Childhood Development and Care (AECDC) programs play a central role in creating the conditions that nurture the potential of our children and unlock the spirit of our communities.

Find out how you can become a #SeedtoCedar champion.

Join the campaign on facebook and twitter.

BCACCS is proud to advocate on behalf of Aboriginal Early Childhood Educators. We gather data and perspectives from front-line workers and hope that this valuable information will allow governments and funders to make evidence-based decisions that will positively impact First Nations, M├ętis and Inuit children in BC.

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Want to do a workshop at our 18th Annual Provincial Training Conference? There are still a few more workshop spots available.
Submit your proposal as soon as possible.

 

THANK YOU to everyone who donated to the "Singing Frog AHS Preschool Emergency Repair Fund".

We gratefully acknowledge the generous contribution of the Central City Foundation to complete this project.

Support for the 2012 redesign of this website was generously provided by

We do our best to spread the word about the latest news, policies, training, funding, jobs and events related to Aboriginal Early Childhood Development and Care.

» Read this week's E-News here...

 

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