rural child care
Manitoba, federal governments announce bilateral agreement for new child care spaces
Northern Alberta hamlet's only licensed child-care facility set to open
Rural communities need federal child care investments
A federal program is allowing the village of Grayson to open their first daycare this fall
Child care in rural Nova Scotia communities
Excerpted from event website
Please join Child Care Now Nova Scotia's webinar, presented in partnership with Child Care Now and funded by the Canadian Women's Foundation, on March 10, 2022 at 6 PM Atlantic Time. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss Nova Scotia's federal-provincial child care agreement in relation to rural child care. For a system of early learning and child care to be truly universal, rural communities must be included. Some of our speakers and panelists include:
Dr. Christine McLean, Susan Elliott, Nikki Jamieson,Morna Ballantyne
Please invite your friends and colleagues by directing them to this registration page.
March 10, 2022 at 6:00pm - 7pm Atlantic Time (Canada)
Child care in rural communities
Please join Child Care Now Saskatchewan's webinar on January 26, 2022 at 7 PM Central Time. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss Saskatchewan's federal-provincial child care agreement in relation to rural child care. For a system of early learning and child care to be truly universal, rural communities must be included. We will hear from front-line ECEs and experts who have worked in and successfully built rural child care centres.
'Nothing was available': Rural Albertans desperate for child care
Child care can't wait till the cows come home: Rural child care in the Canadian context
The purpose of this paper, aimed at a wide range of stakeholders, is to provide a current overview of the state of rural child care and to stimulate and inform discussion aimed at improving it.
The report includes the following sections as well as references and appendices: