BC’s Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick has introduced Bill 11, the Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act in the House so British Columbians can shop with confidence.
The regulatory changes would allow the BC government to build on a commitment that requires all food and beverage products marketed as “organic” in BC to be certified under either a provincial or national certification program by 2018, and consider the certification of products made with BC ingredients in the future.
If passed, the Food and Agricultural Products Classification Act will replace the Food Products Standards Act, Agri-food Choice and Quality Act, and the Agricultural Produce Grading Act
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The redesigned curriculum requires teachers to “redesign” or rethink our assessment practices. How do you assess a student’s understanding? Join us on Saturday April 27th to discuss. #edcamp #sd40learns
3 tips for creating a safe classroom for young children:
1. It’s OK that children notice difference—embrace it.
2. Offer children time & support to resolve their conflicts.
3. Conduct community & family check-ins throughout the year.