Over 600 new Indigenous early learning and child care spaces for B.C.

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Aboriginal Headstart on Reserve (AHSOR) is a program that supports activities focused on early childhood learning and development for First Nations children from birth to age six and their families. The goal is to support programming that is designed and delivered by First Nations communities to meet their unique needs and priorities.

Gitxaala Nation will be offering 24 new AHSOR spaces.
Nuxalk Nation near Bella Coola will be operating 24 new AHSOR spaces.
Wuikinuxv Nation will be operating eight new AHSOR spaces.


Learn more about the Aboriginal Head Start Association of B.C.: www.ahsabc.com

For more information about Aboriginal Head Start programs provided by the First Nations Health Authority, visit: