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Many childcare services fall short of nutrition recommendations

  EXCERPTS Many Early Childhood Education centres serving food to children do not have menus that meet nutritional guidelines, according to research from the University of Auckland’s Centre for Longitudinal Research -...
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Jun

Toronto's licensed child care growth strategy for children under 4, 2017-2026

  IntroductionToronto's licensed child care system is growing In anticipation of increased federal and provincial investments, Toronto's licensed child care system is expected to grow. This report outlines the ideal...
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Jun

Code of ethics and standards of practice for registered early childhood educators in Ontario

July 1, 2017   Introduction The College of Early Childhood Educators (the College) regulates and governs Ontario’s registered early childhood educators (RECEs) in the public interest. The...
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Jun

Do childcare menus meet nutrition guidelines? Quantity, variety and quality of food provided in New Zealand early childhood education services

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Jun

Whispered gently through time - First Nations quality child care

A national study   Abstract
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Jun

National child-care framework a wasted opportunity: union leaders

  EXCERPTS The federal government's recently announced national child-care framework is just another misstep by a government continuously slow to deliver on its promises, says Robyn Benson, president of the Public...
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Jun

Towards universal child care in Canada: A tale of two policies

Behind the Numbers Blog   EXCERPTS When the Ontario government rolled out its five-year child care action plan for children under 4 years earlier this month, the child care movement applauded...
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Jun

Feds to give Ontario $435 million over 3 years for child care

  EXCERPTS Ontario will receive $435 million over three years from the federal government to be invested in child care, in the first such bilateral deal Ottawa has signed with the provinces. The federal government...
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Jun

N.L. to initially receive $7.5 million annually as part of new child care framework

  EXCERPTS Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments have reached an agreement on a multilateral early learning and child care framework. According to a news release from the provincial government,...
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Jun

Alberta readies for talks on new child-care deal with Ottawa

  EXCERPTS Alberta will soon begin talks on a new deal that will determine how much federal funding will flow to the province for affordable child-care services. At stake is a slice of $7.5 billion the federal...

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