SuccessBy6 / Children First

Success By 6

Success By 6 BC is a partnership of United Ways, Credit Unions of BC, the BC Government through the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) and Aboriginal and community leaders.

Success By 6 builds community through engaging citizens in building child and family friendly communities and funding programs.

Provincial website: Success By Six

Children First

Children First regional initiatives support and promote the healthy growth and development of young children, birth to six years.

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The Peace Region

Click on the red markers for more information regarding highlighted the community.


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Where: Fort Nelson
Discover all the cultures of Fort Nelson.  Come and enjoy great food, games, music and dance!

Fright on Ice at the Pomeroy Sport Centre

Where: Fort St. John
Join us for a fang-tastic evening of spooky skating on the oval!

Afterschool Fun and Games

Where: Tumbler Ridge
Ages 5 to 12 $1/child Drop-in program Come out and participate in some active sports including indoor curling, dodgeball, indoor soccer and tag!

Mother Goose on the Loose

Where: Fort St. John
Drop-In for children from birth to age 3 with their parents or caregivers (older children are welcome to attend if they are interested)

Adult Board Games Night

Where: Tumbler Ridge
Never have anyone to play your favourite game with? Come out bring your favourite board game to share with others! Or come choose a game from our selection and have some fun.

Family Friendly

Welcome to the Peace Region! On the map to the right of the page you will see thumbtacks on the communities of Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge. They are all a part of our Family Friendly Community. Click on the community you'd like to discover more about and it will take you to their home page. Working closely with the Northern Rockies, South Peace and North Peace Early Childhood Development community tables to achieve their overall vision the Family Friendly Initiative strives to make our region the best place possible to raise young children, allowing them to succeed in life.