Struggles and sit-ins: The early years of Campus Community Co-operative Day Care Centre and child care in Canada

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Image of kids with picket signs on cover of Occasional Paper 33
Julie Mathien
30 Jun 2021
68pp
ISBN 978-1-896051-72-7

 

This paper documents and records the roots of modern child care policy in Canada, the beginnings of the Campus Community Co-operative Day Care Centre (CCCDCC), the rise of community-based child care in Ontario and the first wave of child care advocacy. The goal was to create an accurate and publicly engaging document to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the co-op, which was founded by a group of feminists in 1969.

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