Lobbying Activity Report


Designated Filer name: Anita Zaenker
Client: Coalition of Child Care Advocates of B.C.
Associated registration: 10133-5395-3
Lobbying Activity date: 2024-01-30
Arranged a meeting: Yes
Posted date: 2024-02-14

Senior Public Office Holders who were lobbied in this activity: Harry Bains, MLA for Surrey-Newton
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Patricia Boyle, Assistant Deputy Minister
Childcare Division, Education and Child Care

Jocelyn Fan, Special Advisor
Minister's Office, Municipal Affairs

Brittany Flamank, Ministerial Assistant
Children and Family Development

Paula Gunn, Chief of Staff
Children and Family Development

Ellen Hiltz, Ministerial Advisor
Minister's Office, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

Nick Hsieh, Executive Assistant
Municipal Affairs

Anne Kang, MLA for Burnaby-Deer Lake
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Grace Lore, MLA for Victoria-Beacon Hill
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Melissa Maher, Ministerial Advisor
Minister's Office, Children and Family Development

Kelli Paddon, MLA for Chilliwack-Kent
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Thuy Pham, Chief of Staff
Municipal Affairs

Murray Rankin, MLA for Oak Bay-Gordon Head
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Tim Renneberg, Chief of Staff

Janet Routledge, MLA for Burnaby North
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Kelly Sather, Chief of Staff
Minister's Office, Education and Child Care

Rachna Singh, MLA for Surrey-Green Timbers
Member(s) of the BC Legislative Assembly

Ellora Sundhu, Ministerial Advisor
Minister's Office, Minister of State for Child Care

Nubwa Wathanafa, Executive Assistant
Minister of State for Child Care
Subject Matter of the Lobbying Activity
Specific Topics of Lobbying Communications Intended Outcomes Associated Subject Matters
Increasing public funding for child care to lower parent fees, raise educator compensation and education, and expand access to public and community-owned licensed child care spaces.

The research rationale for - and social, economic and environmental benefits of - effective public policy required to achieve universal access to high quality, affordable child care.
  • Development, establishment, amendment or termination of any program, policy, directive or guideline of the government of British Columbia or a Provincial entity
Advanced Education, Children and Families, Colleges & Universities, Education, Employment and Training, Finances and Budgets, Health, Housing, Human Rights, Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, Labour/Labour Relations, Municipal Affairs, Non-Profit Organization, Poverty, Regional Development, Taxation and Finance

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