The Children First Centre (CFC) is a childcare and education facility in Inuvik, NT.  We offer our services to children between the ages of 6 months to 12 year and strive to provide quality programs that meet the needs of all children. We believe that children learn by playing and exploring in an appropriate, stimulating, culturally relevant environment. Schedule a tour of the centre and see for yourself!

For more information view and download our Family Handbook.

Ready to register for one of our programs? Download and fill out our registration form.

What’s new at CFS?

We’ve always go something fun going on – Visit our facebook page to see what we’ve been up to!

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Three weeks after our boat trip to the on the land camp and they are still talking about the adventure. So today they played taking the boat to check the fish net. Then they painted the boat for more play tomorrow.
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Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page
The Gala Committee is asking for catering quotes from our local cooks.

If you are interested in submitting a quote, please contact fundraising@childrenfirstsociety.org for more information.

The CFS Gala is Saturday, November 2nd, 2019.

Thank you in advance.
Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page updated their cover photo.
Airview of Children First Centre. Photo credit: Kristian Binder Eighty One Images
Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page
Mark your calendars, the Children First Society’s Annual Gala is Saturday November 2, 2019.
Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page
Clothing Swap
Saturday Dec 8th noon-2pm. Have some items to pass down, or looking for some different items. Come check it out.
Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page
Today is National Children's Day!

Celebrating National Child Day is about celebrating children as active participants in their own lives and in communities, as active citizens who can and should meaningfully contribute to decision-making

For more information please visit: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/health-promotion/childhood-adolescence/national-child-day.html
Children First Society News & Events Page
Children First Society News & Events Page updated their cover photo.

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