When: May 16 2018 at 4pm- 6pm
George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre (Ryerson University)
245 Churtch St., Room ENG-106, Toronto Ontario
General public - Register
The School of Early Childhood Studies, in partnership with the Ryerson Student Childcare Advocacy Association, presents: Critical Issues in Childcare Policy: Why Do They Matter?
This expert panel discussion will provide you with the tools you need to make informed decisions in the upcoming Ontario General Election in June.
Learn about the current Ontario Early Years and Child Care Policy Framework, how to interpret political party positions and the individual and community implications of policy decisions.
Olivia Chow, distinguished visiting professor, Ryerson University
Gordon Cleveland, associate professor emeritus, Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough
Lyndsay Macdonald, coordinator, Association of Early Childhood
Educators Ontario (AECEO)
Brooke Richardson, School of Early Childhood Studies, Ryerson University
Early Years Coalition Waterloo Region - 2018 Ontario Provincial election
When: May 22 2018 at 6:30pm- 7:30pm
Emmanuel at Brighton Child Care Centre
65 Noecker Street, Waterloo Ontario N2J 2R6
The Early Years Coalition | Waterloo Region are advocating for high quality, universal child care that includes professional pay and decent work for educators.
In the lead up to the provincial election, we are hosting an All Candidates Debate on child care, education and gender equity issues.
Candidates confirmed to attend thus far:
- Catherine Fife, NDP
- Dorothy McCabe, Liberal
- Zdravko Ggunjevic, Green
Child minding will be available during the debate. If you require this service, please RSVP to email@example.com
The leaders of the Liberal Party, the Progressive Conservatives, and the NDP will head-to-head in a televised debate on Sunday, May 27.
Ontarians are being called on to help shape the agenda.
Anyone with a question for Kathleen Wynne, Doug Ford or Andrea Horwath, can submit it here.
Include the following details:
- Phone Number
- email address
The debate is being held in Toronto, and begins at 6:30 p.m.
You can watch it live on CTV or online at Toronto.CTVNews.ca