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Watch: The Local – CEFA

In this episode of ‘The Local,’ David Smith visits CEFA, a world-class childcare facility, who are helping build community amongst both the children and parents alike.

David speaks with parents, staff, and kids, who all seem to have the same message – CEFA is more than just a childcare facility, it’s a community. With 17 facilities across Metro-Vancouver, there’s certain to be a CEFA near you. For more information on CEFA, check them out at their home online at cefa.ca.


 

About The Local, a Surrey604 Original

The Local is a Surrey604 special web series focused on building up our local communities. Catch all the episodes here and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more exciting videos.

Hosted by David Smith from David Smith Homes
David is passionate about local business, and takes the approach that a rising tide floats all boats. As his real estate business succeeds, he ensures others succeed around him – and as others succeed around him, his business succeeds too. David loves to point the spotlight on other locals, to tell their stories and to build a sense of community. Recognizing that as a real estate professional he is selling communities as much as he is selling homes this helps him better serve his clients.

Video Production by Joseph Kafka of Little Bird Production
My name is a Joseph Kafka a.k.a “Little Bird”, and I am a video content creator and storyteller, who has a habit of letting my curiosity and tenacity get the better of me. Like other creators and storytellers, that curiosity has led me to some amazing people, and discovering some important truths: 1) Whether your Business to Business or Business to Customer, it’s all people to people 2) The shortest distance between two people is a story 3) Discovery is the pathway to creativity and sharing. These discoveries were no accident. The very name “Little Bird,” which comes from my Aboriginal and European heritage symbolizes the spirit of discovery, creativity, and sharing.

About The Author

Daman Beatty

The creator of Surrey604.com, Daman Beatty (AKA ‘Beatler‘) is originally from Sackville, New Brunswick. A longtime blogger, visual designer, marketing and communications specialist, Daman loves travel, tech and photography. He has taught online marketing at BCIT, and Brighton College and is also the Marketing Manager for Microsoft Education Partner, CCI Learning.

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