More people will have access to local child care when Capilano University’s (CapU) new purpose-built Centre for Childhood Studies opens with expanded on-site child care and learning spaces for students at the School of Education & Childhood Studies.
Slated to open in 2024, the Centre for Childhood Studies will more than double CapU’s existing child care capacity by adding 74 new spaces for a total of 143 on-campus spaces. Students, employees and community members are all eligible to apply for space for their children at the new centre.
“Having access to on-campus child care and state-of-the-art training facilities supports the next generation of young families to be successful. When we build places such as the Centre for Childhood Studies, we give parents and their children opportunities for a bright future,” said Bowinn Ma, MLA for North Vancouver-Lonsdale.
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