Parents are responsible for finding child care and making sure it is a safe and healthy environment for their family. Begin by finding out what to consider when choosing child care. Be aware that child care listings are for information only, NOT recommendations.
Apply now for a tax-free monthly payment to help you with the cost of raising children under age 18.
The official government site for child care in BC. Includes: a searchable database of child care providers; guidelines on choosing the right child care for your family; and child care subsidies.
Find information on non-profit, community agencies located in the Richmond Caring Place building, including the Richmond Multicultural Concerns Society, the Family Services of Greater Vancouver, and more.
Registration information, maps, and much more.
News from the parent organization that advises the Richmond School Board and supports parental involvement in local schools.
Help for Chinese parents who have language barriers in communicating with the school system.
Official information source on kindergarten to Grade 12 education in British Columbia. New: full school-day kindergarten is being offered in some schools this fall and will be available at all BC public schools by September 2011.