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CCWAD 2012 How to Celebrate (English)
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On June 27, Minister Broten released a discussion paper on “Modernizing Child Care in Ontario”.
The report includes questions about our collective vision for Ontario’s early learning and care system. The Ministry is looking for feedback on the report and will be taking responses until the end of September.
The OCBCC has a few thoughts on the paper. » Continue reading “Minister Releases Discussion Paper on June 27, 2012″
(le francais suit)
You Bet We Still Care! — A pan-Canadian survey of the child care workforce.
The Child Care Human Resources Sector Council is sponsoring a survey of the child care sector and we need you to spread the word!! The survey is called You Bet We Still Care! and it will be online late May 2012. » Continue reading “You Can Help a Major Child Care Research Project”
It is essential for funding to begin in the 2011 budget. Without it we will see child care fees rise anywhere from 15 to 30%.
Released October 5, 2010 by Assistant Deputy Minister Jim Grieve, memo EL-11 provides information on the implementation of Full-Day Early Learning Kindergarten going forward into Year 3 (2012-13). The memo outlines some major changes in implementaion that we have not yet faced in Year 1 or 2. » Continue reading “Update on Early Learning: EL-11 Memo on Planning for Year 3 (2012-13)”
Le Guide de la gestion des services de garde à l’enfance (Child Care Management Guide Ver. 3 ) est à la traduction et sera disponible vers la fin du mois de juin. » Continue reading “Le Guide de la gestion des services de garde à l’enfance: Bientôt disponible en français!”
Child care advocacy association of Canada – The 2010 Federal Budget contains nothing for child care (* French Version Available)
Instead, the 2010 Budget includes an improvement of the taxation of the UCCB for single parents. As Campaign 2000 explains, “This federal budget doesn’t even remotely make a dent in Canada’s abysmal rate of child and family poverty…Tinkering with enhancing the UCCB for sole support lone parents is far from being a substitute for a system of accessible high quality ECEC.”
While the federal government celebrates Canada’s Olympic achievements on the international stage, they continue to ignore our shameful comparison to other developed nations when it comes to early learning and child care programs.
» Continue reading “Advocacy Alert: No child care in 2010 Budget”