Meet us at the Stanley Milner Library, SE Corner of the First Floor, on November 16 at noon.

The Early Child Development Mapping Project was a five year project that looked at how Alberta’s young children were doing developmentally. Come learn about the surprising results for Alberta and how 100 community coalitions have been working to create healthier and more optimal environments for children. Line Perron will present the results for Edmonton and talk about the variety of strategies that we can put in place to ensure a better future for our youngest citizen. Every child deserves a strong start.

Facebook and Eventbrite users can RSVP; drop-ins are welcome!

Join us in our series of free lunchtime talks about social issues and learn about diverse ways to help create a community in which all people are full and valued participants.

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