September 13th - 20th communities across Canada will Talk it Up for Child Care.
We want to keep child care on the federal election agenda. Get involved and help push for a national plan for quality affordable child care in this federal election.
The Talk it Up Week of Action will centre around the I Vote Child Care Pledge and features a number of Canada-wide events such as, Grandparent's Day on September 13th, Art Attack day on September 16th to coincide with a #VoteChildCare2015 Twitter Storm on the same day.
Local child care supporters across the country are busy organizing exciting events during the week of action such as: Vote Child Care canvassing & training sessions, setting up Vote Child Care tables at local farmer's markets, pop-up voting stations and all candidates' debates.
Visit votechildcare.ca to find out how you can get involved!
The one-day research event will focus on how knowledge can improve child care policy. University, community and government researchers will present papers and posters exploring the policy-knowledge connection. "Policy" is used in the broadest sense, and topics will include historical as well as contemporary, and international as well as Canadian perspectives. We warmly invite established as well as emerging scholars to submit a proposal - see the Call for Papers below. The final program for the research day will be available in late July. The registration fee to attend the research conference is $75, and can be paid either separately or at the time of registering for the national conference.
Are you a Canadian early childhood educator?
You are invited to participate in an online survey assessing educators' physical activity and sedentary behaviour self-efficacy, behavioural intention, and perceived behavioural control.