Stop the Child Care Cuts: A Campaign to Save Thousands of Ontario child care subsidies

Apr 30, 2009

May / June
Constituency Lobby  - meetings with local politicians across Ontario
We will be doing a local constituency lobby in ridings throughout the province. Join with early learning and child care supporters in a meeting with your local MPP to explain how important early learning and child care programs are for children, parents and our community. 

This is the most important part of our campaign. Cuts to early learning and child care have real consequences for every community.

We need to talk to our local members of provincial parliament. They need to hear our stories. They need to hear that we need more child care, not less. We need more funding, not cuts.

A meeting request letter and lobby kit is on the website. We can help you find allies in the community to meet your local MPP.  Join Us, Get Involved, Now is the Time!
May 12, 2009
Queen's Park Lobby - meetings with the Minister, Critics and MPP's from all parties
On May 12, the Minister of Children and Youth Services and opposition critics will address our questions from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Queen’s Park, Main Legislative Building, Room 230. We have invited each MPP at Queen’s Park to meet with us on that day. If you are available in the morning or for any block of time during the day, you are welcome to join us at Queen’s Park. 

May - September
Parent Voices
Personal stories make the difference. We are committed to providing training and support for parents in telling their personal story. Do you know someone with a story to tell? Do you have a story to tell?

September / October
Community Meetings

Cuts to early learning and child care have consequences. Join us this fall as we look at the local impacts – for children, families and communities.
With just a postal code, send a message to your local politicians. Tell them you are having trouble finding child care, paying for child care or a child care supporter. It’s easy and it’s effective.

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