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Policy Issues in Indigenous Early Childhood Education and Care 2015

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) is a critical policy issue for Canada's Indigenous people. For many years there has been a call for a sustainable Indigenous ECEC system that is controlled by Indigenous communities. Developing ECEC policy and programs that maintains Indigenous culture by adopting a culturally appropriate approach yet is flexible and robust enough to accommodate diverse needs has long been identified as a major concern.

Nunavik's labour market and educational attainment paradox

Author: 
Thomas, Jasmin
Publication Date: 
1 Jul 2016
Entered Date: 
24 Aug 2016

On reserve child care facility at Whitecap Dakota First Nation

Author: 
Brilz, Adam
Publication Date: 
7 Aug 2016
Entered Date: 
9 Aug 2016

Ottawa commits $382 million to begin raising services for on-reserve kids

Author: 
Talaga, Tanya
Publication Date: 
5 Jul 2016
Entered Date: 
6 Jul 2016

Shameful neglect: Indigenous child poverty in Canada

Author: 
Macdonald, David & Wilson, Daniel
Publication Date: 
17 May 2016
Entered Date: 
18 May 2016

Indigenous children to be big losers in childcare package: Report

Author: 
Ireland, Judith
Publication Date: 
24 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
2 Mar 2016

Closing the gap: Progress and priorities report 2016

Author: 
Holland, Christopher
Publication Date: 
10 Feb 2016
Entered Date: 
10 Feb 2016

Canada pledges to overhaul broken welfare program for indigenous children

Author: 
Murphy, Jessica
Publication Date: 
26 Jan 2016
Entered Date: 
27 Jan 2016
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