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11
Jun

CCCF Board Nomination Form

CCCF Board Nomination Form
11
Jun

AECEO: Together we stand united as early childhood educators

EXCERPTSWhat does a PC majority govermnet mean for early childhood educators and staff in Ontario?
11
Jun

Explaining patterns of inequality in childcare service use across 31 developed economies : A welfare state perspective

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Jun

The Union of BC Municipalities launches survey to get a feel for child care needs in rural, remote areas

EXCERPTS The Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) is trying to identify the child care needs in rural and remote communities, including those in the north. A survey is now open for all local governments to respond with...
11
Jun

'No Jab, No Play’ laws for childcare centres and schools delayed

  EXCERPTS PLANS to introduce tough new No Jab, No Play laws for young children have stalled as a political stoush erupts over who’s to blame for delays. More than a year has passed since Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull...
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Jun

Government of Canada completes all early learning and child care bilateral agreements with provinces and territories

EXCERPTS The Government of Canada believes accessible, inclusive and high quality child care is essential to early childhood development, labour force participation of parents, women's equality, social integration and...
11
Jun

B.C. to start $200-a-month child-care pilot to prepare for universal system

EXCERPTS The B.C. government is going to test out how a $10-a-day child-care system would work by pulling 1,800 existing daycare spots into a new prototype program. Child-care centres have to apply for the program,...
11
Jun

Worried parents and child care advocates ask ‘what now?’ in wake of PC win

EXCERPTS Minutes after media outlets declared a majority government for Doug Ford’s Progressive Conservatives last Thursday night, Carolyn Ferns began gearing up for a renewed fight for affordable, high-quality child...
06
Jun

How the child-care plans of Ontario’s main parties stack up

EXCERPTS If you’re a parent of young children in Ontario, you’ve likely encountered your fair share of challenges in securing affordable, high-quality child care. Not only are waiting lists notoriously long for licensed...
06
Jun

Quebec education minister announces 111 new pre-K classes

Premier Couillard also announced that if he is re-elected, he plans to offer free childcare for four-year-olds. EXCERPTS Education Minister Sébastien Proulx announced on Monday that 111 pre-...

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