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Child and Uber-Like Companies

care: This is just the start. article continues below Trending StoriesA&W's Beyond Meat burger will be back soon Minimum wage increases go into effect June 1 across B.C. Five unregulated, Uber-like companies already operating in Richmond Outsourcing chores makes us happier, according to Vancouver Courier. So why aren't we doing it Minister of Child and Family Development Katherine Conroy said 13.7 million would go to the Community Child Care Space Creation Program to focus on infant and toddler care. We know how hard it is for families to struggle with the cost of living, said Minister of State for Child Care Katrina Chen. Conroy said municipal and regional governments can access up to 1 million per project. Chen said local communities have frequently used the UBCM as a forum to lobby for better and more your calls were unheard and because of that, there's a childcare crisis in this province, Chen said. Priority would go to projects for infants and toddlers, those offering care outside regular business hours, those operated by a public organization or non-profit and those benefiting underserved populations, which could include First Nations; children with special needs; lower-income families; and minority, immigrant or refugee groups. ( As reported in the news.