Parent Subsidy expanded to newcomers, policy launched to create child-care spaces
In spite of $10/day child-care promise, Manitoba fees 'have not changed by 1 cent': advocate
Record employment rate for women shows Trudeau's subsidized daycare plan is working
Government of Canada introduces historic bill to enshrine principles of Canada‑wide early learning and child care system into law
Engagement on federal early learning and child care legislation: What We Heard Report
Members of the National Advisory Council on Early Learning and Child Care
What Does the Election Mean for Child Care?
The winners of the 2022 mid-term elections will be positioned to make public policy decisions that directly impact the child care sector. Join the Child Care Aware of America Policy and Advocacy team for an update about the impact of the mid-term elections on child care policy and a preview of advocacy strategies for the new post-election landscape.
NSW kicks off first steps of Universal Pre-Kindergarten vision with launch of design and pilots program
Introducing the Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care policy - Reconceptualizing policy
In this first workshop, educators will be introduced to the Canada Wide Early Learning and Child Care plan, the new social and economic policy for Ontario intended to offer affordable, accessible, and quality care for families with young children. The onset of this policy invites consideration of new guidelines and regulations for those utilizing and working within the Early Years Sector and is set to unravel over the next five years. Through guided conversation, educators will identify, discuss and interpret key policy components that influence our profession's day-to-day practice.