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Featuring the work of Health Canada's Centres of Excellence for Children's Well-Being. OPENING ADDRESS: SENATOR LANDON PEARSON Advisor on Children's Rights to the Minister of Foreign Affairs KEYNOTE PRESENTATIONS INCLUDE: JUDITH MAXWELL President of the Canadian Policy Research Networks Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa Fellow of the School of Policy Studies at Queen's University DANIEL P. KEATING Professor Early Childhood Development and Education, Human Development and Applied Psychology, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto CHERRY KINGSLEY Recipient of the Governor General's Award Child Advocate for Save the Children PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Workshops presented by leading Canadian researchers from the five Centres of Excellence, Health Canada, Human Resources Development Canada and the National Children's Alliance. Topics include: aboriginal issues child abuse child welfare communications community involvement healthy child development intervention literacy mental health National Children's Agenda nutrition poverty special needs teen parents youth-centred programs (French/English translation of plenaries and selected workshops) WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Researchers, policymakers and frontline personnel in health, education, child care and social services BENEFITS: LEARN about current Canadian research and its implications for policy and practice. NETWORK with collegues. DISCOVER new research that lays the groundwork for change. Sponsored by: Canadian Child Care Federation Canadian School Boards Association Centre of Excellence for Early Childhood Development

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Gaétane Huot, Canadian Child Care Federation
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National Child Benefit reinvestment: Second annual Ontario/municipal report -- Details from across Ontario on municipal National Child Benefit reinvestment strategies

Publication Date: 
Friday, December 1, 2000
Government of Ontario
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Research, policy & practice