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Burnaby surveying child care needs

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 Assessment that will help Burnaby learn more about child care needs, establish child care space targets and identify actions to meet those targets.

“The City of Burnaby is committed to delivering the best quality of life for our community, including our youngest citizens. Improving access to inclusive, quality child care will help us reach that goal,” said Margaret Manifold, Senior Social Planner. 

The survey is open to anyone who lives or works in Burnaby and may need care for children who range in age from infant/toddlers to 12 years old. The survey will remain open until Friday, January 17, 2020.

Burnaby is one of many municipalities currently participating in the Community Child Care Planning Program. Through funding provided by the Province of B.C. and administered by the Union of BC Municipalities, Burnaby has received a $25,000 grant to identify child care space needs in our community.

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For more information contact: 
Margaret Manifold
Senior Social Planner
Planning and Building
604-294-7407 |

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