There are lots of resources in the community! Check them out.

Check out the 2014 Child Development Snapshot Brochure for our community.

Looking for things to do? Check out our activity calendar.

Get Active! Our community has so much to offer! Check out our list of community links.

With the Brain in Mind focuses on the importance of positive early brain development in giving children the best possible start in life. Read More…

Children and Play – how does culture fit in?

What’s Going On

Events are colour coded:
Community Events
Family Events
Events for Parents
Events for Professionals
Events at the Early Years Centre at Qayqayt

Some of Our Programs…

Ambassadors

Interested in joining a community of volunteer Ambassadors who are working to improve the community for families and children in New Westminster? Check out our Ambassador program.

Blog

Check out our blog where in addition to the Ambassador posts, the committee shares information about events, programs, educational opportunities, and fun low- or no-cost things to do with your family!Check out the blog!

Family Friendly Business

Kids New West offers a directory with more than 50 businesses who have been identified as being friendly to all family members. Find out more about the criteria, look through the directory, or nominate a business (including your own)!

Family Friendly Business

More Reading

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Hubs

What are Early Child Development Hubs? Hubs are responsive to local needs. Specific service mix, location, and infrastructure will depend on the nature of the community and the characteristics of its children and families.

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Early Years Centre

Right from the start! During the first five years a child’s brain is rapidly growing and maturing. The love and attention a child receives and the nurturing and positive experiences a child encounters have a huge impact.

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Middle Years

The middle childhood years are a pivotal time for children and their ability to create positive pathways and their capacity to cope, learn, and develop emotionally, physically, and socially positions them for their adult years.

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