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13
Jun

Keep women in academia by providing childcare, historian urges universities

  EXCERPTS Childcare is the single biggest problem for female academics, but too little is done to help, suggests Cambridge University historian Patricia Fara. A leading British historian has called on universities to...
13
Jun

Canadian Child Care Federation Call for Nominations

        The Canadian Child Care Federation (CCCF) is pleased to invite all CCCF members to submit an application for nomination for consideration to run for election for a three-year term on the Board of Directors,...
12
Jun

Multi-Lateral Early Learning and Child Care Agreement Long Overdue

        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Multi-Lateral Early Learning and Child Care Agreement Long Overdue June 12, 2017 OTTAWA — Today’s signing of the Multi-Lateral Early Learning and Child Care Framework in Ottawa is a long...
07
Jun

Tax options for childcare that encourage work, flexibility, choice, fairness and quality

Commentary No. 481   Overview
07
Jun

Ontario’s Renewed Early Years and Child Care Policy Framework

 Overview  The Ontario government has released a new policy framework outlining seven key areas of action to be carried out over the next five years including strategies to improve access; affordability; expansion of...
07
Jun

The Canadian Child Care Federation is Proud to Announce Roni Cahen from Vancouver, BC as the 2017 Recipient of the CCCF Award of Excellence

       About the award recipient: Now retired, Roni Cahen generously spends her retirement years mentoring Early Childhood Educators and being “on the floor” with infants and toddlers, continuing to learn from them....
07
Jun

Thriving workforce; Thriving early learners

  Description  New America's Early & Elementary Education Policy team is writing a series of articles to distill and elevate key research, ideas, and recommendations from "Transforming the Workforce for Children...
07
Jun

Ontario's new day care plan applauded by Sudbury operators

  EXCERPTS Sudbury day care operators are applauding the province's plan to move towards a universal child care system. The government unveiled a five-year, $1.6 billion plan yesterday to build thousands of more day...
07
Jun

Caring for children

Social movements and public policy in Canada   Description
07
Jun

Provincial child care plan

  EXCERPTS The provincial government has announced a plan it says "puts the province on a path towards a universally accessible child-care system". Matt Galloway spoke with Minister Indira Naidoo-Harris. -reprinted from...

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