Many Voices, One Mind

Henqeminem Translation by Sesmelot, Fern Gabriel - Kwantlen First Nation

Many Voices, One Mind

Halq’emeylem Translation by Xóyetlha, Evangeline Point-Sts’ailes First Nation

Our Initiatives:

Increase participation in AECD (Aboriginal Early Childhood Development), ASCD (Aboriginal Supported Child Development) and AIDP (Aboriginal Infant Development Program)

  • Facilitate ongoing consultation and planning sessions
  • Promote consultation with Indigenous and non Indigenous communities
  • Work collaboratively with stakeholders
  • Continue to develop Cultural Curriculum and Resources
  • Offer Professional Development, workshop and Event opportunities
  • Support pilot projects to enhance services to communities

View our on-going initiatives below:

Many Voices, One Mind has a strategy to increase participation from as many interested Indigenous ECD service providers from across the region as possible. Should you be interested in more information, please contact us.

We have on-going consultation and planning meetings regarding Early Childhood Development (ECD) and Subsidized Child Care (SCCwith the Ministry of Children & Family Development (MCFD). 

Our vision is that Indigenous children and families, regardless of where they live across the Fraser Region, embrace and practice their culture; that they have access to a full range of culturally appropriate early childhood development services that will in turn foster and enhance their ability to reach their maximum potential.

The network strives to promote a greater understanding of Indigenous histories, cultures and teachings as well as advocates for and supports programs and policies to reflect Indigenous perspectives of early childhood development.

Professional Development, Workshops, Theme Options and/or Events:

Each resource has key learning outcomes, teachings and or methods to support Indigenous children and or their families. The presentation will provide participants with a sense of knowledge, skills, and strategies. The workshop may be tailored to support your needs and or requirements. Each session will include certification for professional development hours.

For more information or bookings, please view our workshops registration page.

Many Voices, One Mind works together to address important issues and concerns related to how to work together in order to meet the needs of Indigenous children and families.

We are open to consulting with outside agencies, groups, and or persons who share the same view on children and families. We focus the strength and wisdom of our communities to create supports for Indigenous Early Childhood Development.

For more information please see our Contact Us page

Many Voices, One Mind forwards important issues and concerns to its partners, which include MCFD and Vancouver Foundation.