Wage hike for Ontario child care workers still far off
May 08, 2015
It will be months before child care workers at licensed centers and home daycares in Ontario see a dime of retroactive pay hikes, the Liberal government confirms.

Wynne announces pay raise for ECE's
May 08, 2015
Premier Kathleen Wynne announced Monday that early childhood educators working at licensed centers are getting a $1-an-hour increase this month.

Child-care benefits go to families with no child-care expenses
May 08, 2015

Toronto school daycares fight eviction
May 08, 2015
Ontario dedicates $120 million to create new daycare space in schools as child-care centers in Toronto face eviction.

Advocates urge Canadians to vote for child care in fall election
May 08, 2015
Daycare advocates launch national campaign to encourage Canadians to "vote child care" in upcoming federal election

Provincial government invests $120 million in child care
April 29, 2015
Ontario Minister of Education Liz Sandals announced that the provincial government will invest $120 million over three years in building child care spaces for preschoolers.

The case for national child care
April 22, 2015
University of Guelph Humber News. As part of the Early Childhood Common Time initiative, the University of Guelph-Humber EC Program is bringing in notable guest lecturers to explore new ideas and pertinent issues in the field.

March 10! Two great talks on child care
March 03, 2015
Martha Friendly at Trent University and Olivia Chow at York University (postponed).

Toronto Councillors Janet Davis and Paula Fletcher call on city to endorse the ChildCare2020 vision
February 11, 2015
This motion was passed by Toronto City Council on February 11, 2015.

One more year without a national child care program
February 06, 2015
Martha Friendly, Carolyn Ferns & Lyndsay Macdonald, Child Care Canada NOW blog, February 6, 2015

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