Campbell River Children's Charter

The City of Campbell River recognized the importance of supporting children back in February 2015 when they committed to supporting the development of a Children’s Charter for Campbell River. This commitment outlines how groups, organizations, and individuals in Campbell River will work together to ensure that children and youth have:

  • Access to safe places to live, work, and play;
  • A healthy start in life, with a foundation to thrive;
  • Support for families in meeting the needs of their children;
  • A supporting, caring community where children and youth feel they belong;
  • Lifelong learning opportunities;
  • And, opportunities to reach their full potential.
Charter long version 2.4

The Campbell River Family Network, School District 72 and Success By 6 partnered with the City to create a Children’s Charter. Throughout this journey, businesses and community agencies have shown support by endorsing the Children’s Charter during its development. On October 24, 2016, City Council unanimously adopted the Campbell River’s Children’s Charter.

On November 15, 2016, many community leaders from across the community came together to officially launch the Children's Charter.  It was also a time to thank everyone that has been involved over the past two years during the development of the charter.  On November 21, during the City Council meeting, the official signing of the Charter took place.  The Charter was signed by Mayor Andy Adams, City of Campbell River; John Powell, Chair, Kwakiutl District Council; and Susan Wilson, Chair, Board of Education School District 72.


The official signing can be seen here.

The Journey

Journey map

Endorsers and Supporters:

  • Board of Education, School District 72
  • Campbell River and District Association for Community Living
  • Campbell River Child Care Society
  • Campbell River Literacy Association
  • Chan Nowosad Boates
  • Christian Life Children's Centre
  • Downtown BIA
  • Early Childhood Educators of BC, Campbell River Branch
  • Forest Circle Society for Families
  • FYI Doctors
  • Immigrant Welcome Centre
  • Kwiakah First Nation
  • Laichwiltach Family Life Society
  • Mamalilikulla First Nation
  • PacificCare Family Enrichment Society
  • We Wai Kai Cape Mudge
  • Wei Wai Kum Campbell River