RayCam: Center of a Community SINCE 1976

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Strathcona Early Childhood Needs Assessment

Thank you to all who participated in the Strathcona Early Childhood Needs Assessment. We received a tremendous response and appreciate your time completing the survey.  Your responses will help RayCam plan and better support children and families in the future. We look forward to sharing and engaging with you about the findings soon.

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May 7th is Militant Mothers of Raymur Day

May 7th is Militant Mothers of Raymur Day in Vancouver! The Georgia Straight recently profiled the Militant Mothers of Raymur, a group of parents living at Raymur Place (now Stamp’s Place) who advocated for the construction of RayCam Cooperative in 1973. The story of the Militant Mothers of Raymur has also been told in the […]

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The Mothers of Raymur and Birth of Ray-Cam

Ray-Cam opened in 1976 as a social recreation centre and food
co-operative, and over the years has developed into a full fledged community-run service centre. The genesis of the centre goes back even further to the Militant Mothers of Raymur. Their action in the winter of 1971 staged a sit-in on nearby railway tracks to protect the safety of
their children.

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