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The Healthy Child Manitoba Act

Government of Manitoba Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Manitoba 6 December 2007 Legislation/regulation education, health promotion, social development

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"The HCM Act recognizes that the health and wealth of Manitoba’s future is directly tied to the quality of our investments in our children today.

The HCM Act commits the Government of Manitoba – now and in the future – to inter-sectoral government collaboration, community partnerships, evidence-based decision making, and increased investments in prevention and early intervention, to achieve the best possible outcomes for Manitoba’s children and youth."

"Vision, Mission and Goals

Vision: The best possible outcomes for all of Manitoba's children.

Mission: Healthy Child Manitoba works across departments and sectors to facilitate a community development approach for the well being of Manitoba's children, families and communities. The priority focus is on the prenatal period through the preschool years.

Goals: To their fullest potential, Manitoba's children will be:

physically and emotionally healthy
safe and secure
successful at learning
socially engaged and responsible"

This version of the legislation is current as of June 11, 2014. It has been in effect since December 5, 2013.
This document was uploaded on July 6, 2014.
For ongoing amendments and the latest version of the law please refer to this link: http://web2.gov.mb.ca/laws/statutes/ccsm/h037e.php


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