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March of the Mummies in Vancouver

March of the Mummies in Vancouver

Halloween-themed March of the Mummies seeks childcare reform to protect children, says B.C.

The March of the Mummies march will take place in Vancouver on Monday, Oct. 31.

Published September 10, 2018 – 3:05 pm EDT

Annie Smith

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The March of the Mummies is a worldwide trend. This year, it is taking place in Vancouver.

This march, one of the largest in the world, will be held on Monday, Oct. 31, at 9:30 a.m. in the Old City Hall Plaza.

The march will be a peaceful march with an eco-friendly theme, and aims to raise awareness for children’s rights and help to educate the public on the critical issues at play in Canada.

The march is named after the three mummies of the Ancient Egyptian civilization. They died during a plague in 1822 BC. They were known as mummies for their dead appearance and for alluding to the idea of life after death.

The marchers are asking that the government address critical issues in the child care system in Canada. They hope that their demonstration will bring the government to recognize a need for change.

The March of the Mummies aims to educate the public on critical issues facing children’s rights. Here are some of the key questions they hope to hear answer at Monday’s march.

Child care issues and the March of the Mummies

Child care is the single most important source of income for poor families and impacts every family from infants to seniors. It allows parents to stay in school, support their families and raise their children.

It is a key factor in Canada’s economy and poverty alleviation. Child care is also a pillar of our Canadian culture.

In B.C., there are an estimated 2,908,000 children in the child-care sector alone and this sector employs almost 1.2 million people. Child care and early childhood education are integral to the growth and development of our young citizens and our economy, and that contributes to our long-term growth and prosperity.

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