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Canada-Nunavut Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care Agreement

The Canada-Nunavut Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care Agreement was signed on January 24, 2022. 

The Agreement and Action Plan are not yet available online. 

Federal press release

$10-a-day child care for families in Nunavut
Office of the Prime Minister, 24 January 2022

Provincial press release

The Government of Nunavut has not yet issued a press release in regards to the Agreement.

Updates and next steps

More information will be provided as governments release updates on the implementation of the Canada-wide agreements.

Community responses 

Nunavut-Canada agreement puts priority on recruitment and retention of early childhood educators
Child Care Now, 24 January 2022

Media coverage

Note: Media coverage is listed from most recent to oldest.

Mothers share hopes for childcare improvements
Nunavut News, 10 February 2022

PM Justin Trudeau makes an announcement on child care in Nunavut
CPAC, 24 January 2022

Nunavut childcare spots to cost an average of $10 a day by March 2024
CBC News, 24 January 2022

Freeland calls on Nunavut to sign $10 child care deal during fiscal update
Nunatsiaq News, 14 December 2021

Liberals promise cutting child care costs in the North in throne speech
Nunatsiaq News, 23 November 2021

Advocacy and policy tools

As advocacy and policy tools become available, information will be updated.

Other Early Learning and Child Care Agreements

Canada – Nunavut Early Learning and Child Care Agreement - 2017-2020

Canada – Nunavut Early Learning and Child Care Agreement - 2020-2021

Tue, 03/01/2022