Resources for building a system of early childhood education and child care for all Canadians
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NEW ISSUE FILE - What now for child care? was a two-day policy symposium which gathered over 60 researchers, Indigenous experts, advocates, policy makers and child care sector stakeholders from across Canada in an in-person event in Ottawa June 9–10, 2022.
NEW REPORT -- This report provides detailed fee data for 37 cities from late 2021, just before major changes in the sector started. It calculates the federal targets for the end of 2022 for each city.
NEW SERIES PAPER - This case study examines the key levers, structures and policies used by the Norwegian national state to ensure that sufficient child care to achieve close to universal coverage was created and accessible to all.
ARTICLE -- In a Toronto Life interview, CRRU executive director Martha Friendly notes that now is a critical time to inform, monitor and plan to ensure that policymaking across Canada will successfully deliver a universal child care program to serves all children and families.
This ISSUE file provides information pertaining to the federal budget commitments, Canada-wide developments and to each province's/territory's agreement as announcements are made and policy and advocacy tools are developed.
Questions about how child care services will be expanded to move toward greater, more equitable access have become pivotal in light of Canada’s commitment to build a universal child care system. CRRU’s new publication series, will consist of an overview and eight short papers covering key aspects that can contribute to effective child care expansion strategies.