Safe Restart Agreement Bc

Today, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, announced $83 million in federal funding for British Columbia`s child care sector to ensure that safe and sufficient child care spaces are available to support the gradual return of parents to work. “The pandemic has highlighted the importance of child care for families in BC. Once a state of emergency was declared, British Columbia launched temporary emergency funding to protect child care spaces, even though centres had to close temporarily. “This investment in the ferry system ensures that commuters come to work, children come to school, visitors come to coastal communities if it`s safe, and goods arrive on the market.” “I very much welcome this significant financial discharge, which will be strongly supported by the coverage of the significant losses incurred by TransLink as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. It recognizes that transit is an essential service and will allow us to continue to provide reliable service levels to our region to support BC`s secure restart, especially in the coming months as our economy gradually reopens and our customers use transit on a more regular basis. .

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