Tri-Cities Children's Charter

The Communities of Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody agree that the Early and Middle Childhood Years (birth to 12 years) are critical in the healthy development and future well-being of children in our communities. Our partners have been instrumental in helping to create and adopt the Tri-Cities Children's Charter of Rights. Visit the Rights in Action page to see how our community is addressing these rights and how you can adopt the rights within your family, school, business and our community.

English (PDF) | Farsi (PDF) | Korean (PDF) | Chinese (PDF)

Thank you to S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Tri-City Service Centre for the translations.

1The Right ToHave A Voice

happy boy at the library

2The Right ToBe Loved & Have A Family

happy family

3The Right ToHave Friends

two happy friends

4The Right ToBelong

Adults and kids big book reading

5The Right ToHave Peace & Safety

Mother and Son

6The Right ToHave A Clean Environment

young child enjoying being outside

7The Right ToHave A Home

2 children looking through door at a home

8The Right ToHave Space For Recreation & Play

young boy playing at child care

9The Right ToLearn

Learning outdoors

10The Right ToBe Respected

Playing a puzzle with family

11The Right ToNutritious Food & Healthy Living

Child enjoying nutritious food

12The Right ToExplore, Dream & Create

children enjoying arts and crafts

How Was The Charter Created?

The Tri-Cities Childrens' Charter of Rights was officially launched on April 18, 2018 but not before significant planning, visioning and most importantly input from children and the community. Find out more about how the children's voices were heard.

Thank-You Angleo Lam

Angelo was a passionate advocate for children and youth. He played a significant role in the creation and development of the children's charter. An initiative that lives on and will be a legacy to our children and the community.