Child Care Programs & Services

Here are links to licensed day cares in Fort St. John:

North Peace Child Care Resource and Referral Program: Childcare in a centre

Here are some important questions to ask a potential child care provider:

  1. Are you licensed?
  2. If you are licensed, has your program ever been under investigation by the local health authority? Is your program currently being investigated?
  3. If you are not licensed, are you registered with the local Child Care Resource and Referral Program?
  4. How many children do you care for?
  5. What ages are the children in your care?
  6. What are your hours of operation? What days are you closed?
  7. What are your fees?
  8. What child care experience and training do you have?
  9. What do you do with the children over a typical day/week?
  10. Does your program have any special features?
  11. What are your arrangements for when you are ill or on holiday, or in case of emergency?
  12. Do you encourage parent involvement? Can I visit whenever I wish?
  13. Who supplies diapers, blankets, meals, or snacks?
  14. Do you accept children who require extra support? Why/Why not?
  15. Are you willing to adapt your program to meet the needs of a child who requires extra support?
  16. Can you give me at least two references, preferably of parents who have used your child care setting.
  17. Does anyone in your child care setting smoke? (Note: Smoking is not permitted in licensed facilities). What is your smoking policy when children are present?
  18. Do you have space available?  Is there a waiting list?  How long is the waiting list?

For more information, visit the Child Care Resource and Referral website:

Contact Us

Welcoming & Inclusive Communities Workplace Program

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. - Fort St John Office
Suite 209, 10142 – 101 Avenue
Fort St. John, BC V1J 2B3

Telephone:  250 785-5323
Fax:  250 785-5687
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