More parents in the Kootenays will be able to return to work, go back to school or pursue other opportunities as the Province and the Trust invest in new, licensed child care spaces, about 50 of which are expected to open in the fall. The Province is supporting three projects to create 125 new licensed child care spaces in Trail, Fernie and Elkford. The Trust is a partner on projects in Trail and Elkford.
Families in the Columbia Basin will soon have more child care options, and children will have better and safer places where they can play, build new skills, grow their imaginations and run about as they develop their bodies and minds.
The Trust provides over $1 million to 178 organizations Non-profit, community and Indigenous groups in the Basin will receive support for technology-related initiatives with funding from Columbia Basin Trust this spring. Over $1 million will go to 178 organizations to […]
42 projects receive over $800,000 from Columbia Basin Trust
Families in the Kootenays will have access to almost 150 new licensed child care spaces as part of the ongoing efforts by the Trust and the Province to increase access to child care in the Columbia Basin. The Trust provided […]
Based on input from people and communities in the region, Columbia Basin Trust has finalized a strategic plan that will guide its activities over the next two years.