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  • NAIT Centre for Boreal Research

    8102 99th Avenue, Peace River,

    NAIT Boreal Research Institute (NBRI) is making positive, measurable impacts on forest health and the economy of Alberta’s boreal region. NBRI’s mission is to promote the wise use of boreal resources through applied science, education, and partnerships. NBRI is recognized as a leader in applied research of conventional forest land reclamation and education.Read More →

  • Peace Regional Eco Centre

    7821 104 Avenue, Peace River

    The Eco Centre is a recycling facility and accepts cardboard (corrugated and boxboard, i.e. cereal boxes), all paper, shredded paper, newsprint, flyers or glossy magazines, white or coloured office paper, computers and computer components, televisions, used paint, tin cans, glass, mixed plastic, batteries, propane tanks, and spent fluorescents. They also take household hazardous waste year round. Put-N-Take: bring in OR take away, Monday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The aim of the Eco Centre is to keep as much reusable material out of the landfill as possible. Please phone for a presentation or a tour of the facility.Read More →

  • Family Support for Children With Disabilities (FSCD)

    Midwest Electric Building, 1st Floor, 9715 100th Street, Peace River

    Parents of children with disabilities sometimes need support so they can raise their children at home and fully participate in community life. The Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) Program provides a wide range of family-centered supports and services. Services are meant to help strengthen the  families’ ability to promote their child’s healthy development and encourage their child’s participation in activities at home and in the community. Read More →

  • First Steps Program

    7701 99th Street, Peace River

    First Steps is an early intervention class for 3-6 year olds with mild to severe delays in speech or motor skills (muscle control and coordination). We have a small student to teacher ratio. It is taught by a certified teacher with support from educational assistants. We base our class activities on learning through play, music and movement. We also have six Family Oriented Sessions throughout the year where parents come to the school with their children for short sessions. These days are designed to provide information for parents about the goals we are focusing on at school and to suggest examples of activities that can be done at home to help the children reach their individual goals. Read More →

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