Event: Child Protection in BC

Nov 13

From a new cultural perspective, the speaker from Ministry of Child and Family Development BC will provide general information on child's welfare and child protection in BC, Canada. Registration is required.

Organization Name:Kiwassa Neighbourhood House
Event Type:Education
Start Date:2014-11-13 11:30
End Date:2014-11-13 13:30
Entry Fee:Free
Website:http://www.kiwassa.ca/
Email:kiml@kiwassa.ca
Phone:Kim Lu 604-254-5401
Location:
Kiwassa Neighbourhood House
2425 Oxford Street
Vancouver
British Columbia

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