Centre For Family Equity


Migrant Workers Affected by Wildfires - Letter to Ministry

August 29, 2023

In the face of the ongoing wildfire crisis in British Columbia, the Centre for Family Equity joins the call of the Migrant Workers Centre to address the urgent challenges faced by migrant workers in the region.

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Registration now open for CFE's August focus groups on anti-racism legislation and policy development for BC

August 03, 2023

We are seeking to hear from Black and Indigenous mothers in our engagement for the Ministry of the Attorney General. 

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Experts sign open letter on the need to protect gig workers

June 20, 2023

CCPA has released an open letter signed by 61 subject matter experts addressing the challenges and risks associated with gig work.

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CFE seeks Parents and Caregivers for Online Survey about Before and After School Care in BC

June 15, 2023

The Centre for Family Equity is seeking qualified participants for a short online study about the before and after school care experience in BC.

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CFE signs Act4QueerSafety Open Letter

June 13, 2023

CFE has joined over 100 organizations from across Canada in endorsing an open letter to address rising anti-2SLGBTQIA+ hate in Canada.

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Transit for Teens advocacy brought to City of Vancouver

June 08, 2023

Vancouver city council to debate a transit for teens motion brought forward by councillor Christine Boyle on Wednesday, June 14th, 2023. 

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Centre for Family Equity Presents Recommendations for Budget 2024

June 01, 2023

Centre for Family Equity appeared before the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services on May 31st, 2023 to present budget 2024 priorities.

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Introducing the Centre for Family Equity

June 01, 2023

The Single Mothers' Alliance has renewed its identity as the Centre for Family Equity (CFE) to reflect its commitment to inclusivity and expanded scope to focus on all family poverty in BC.

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BC School Trustees Association moves to support Transit for Teens

April 30, 2023

The BC School Trustees Association (BCSTA) passed a motion on April 29, 2023, calling on the provincial government to extend free transit to all youth up to the age of 18.

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City of New Westminster Backs Transit for Teens

April 14, 2023

City of New Westminster passed a motion urging the provincial government to develop a plan that would provide free public transit for adolescents aged 13 to 18 across British Columbia.

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