Showing posts from May, 2024

Happy Child Care Month!

May 2024 is Child Care Month in B.C. alongside May 10 as Child Care Provider Appreciation Day. This month we’re honoured to thank you, the many dedicated child care professionals, providers and partners, for the valuable services you provide and the significant contributions you make to support families and children in your community. Child Care Month is also a time to reflect on the many achievements and milestones that have been achieved over the six years since the inception of the ChildCareBC Plan in 2018! Show some love to the ones raising your kids while you’re hard at work!  If you are curious about daycare and may want to start looking into enrolling you should read this article about  finding the best childcare centre .  The staff at large daycare centres work hard everyday to raise kids to be well behaved, inquisitive, adventurous human beings. To show your appreciation and celebrate your staff this month you should host a party and play this wonderful  daycare photo shoot ga

BC Hotel Association Announces Launch of Emergency Management Central Booking Portal

Automation Revolutionizes Emergency Evacuation Support Services in British Columbia The  BC Hotel Association  in partnership with the  Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport , and the  Ministry of Emergency Management and Climate Readiness  are collectively announcing the development of the Emergency Management Central Booking Portal. This solution addresses the urgent need for swift and efficient evacuation procedures in response to climate crises witnessed in recent years. The innovative system aims to expedite evacuees to safe shelter with increased speed and coordination, ensuring seamless collaboration in real-time. “When an emergency happens, it is critical people know where they can go for refuge and have the necessary support available to them,” said Lana Popham, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport. “We expect the new commercial lodging reservation system will make it easier for Emergency Support Services responders to help people secure a place to stay and find