Aaniin, Shé:kon, Tawnshi, Miyotôtâkewin, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ, Biindigen and Welcome!

Provincial Child and Family Program Conference 2022

After many months of planning the Provincial Child and Family Program Conference Committee is thrilled to announce their 2nd annual virtual conference.                    Registration fee: $50.00 per person
Full Registration Package Available January 10, 2022

For more information contact Wanda Gordon wgordon@fireflynw.ca

conference flyer with information about the event

2nd Annual Virtual Conference
Join Us On

Feb 1, 3, 8,10,15,17, 2022
Zoom Platform

Hosted by FIREFLY in collaboration with the Provincial Child & Family Program Conference Committee

The committee is excited to present our line up of fantastic speakers who will provide enlightening interactive sessions where we can exchange views and share experiences.
The conference highlights many considerations and practices in working with young children and their families whether delivering in-person or virtual programming.

Our goal is to connect Indigenous Child & Family Programs and partners to support one another on this journey.

Click on the link to register

Hosted by FIREFLY in collaboration with the
Provincial Child & Family Program
Conference Committee

Regional Network Information

Regional Networks are comprised of supervisors, coordinators and educators of First Nation Early Learning Programs located in each of the 4 regions of the province. The establishment and sustainability of these networks was identified as a priority by First Nations. The networks support the delivery of high quality, culturally appropriate programs and services. The benefits of regional networks include information sharing, knowledge exchange, skills development, collaborative problem solving and solution-finding for common issues.

The 4 regional network pages include maps and directories for licensed child care and child and family programs.

First Nation Early Learning Regional Program Map

First Nations Early Education Regional Map