Big News for Child Care in the 2018 Budget

Ontario commitment to child care transformation hailed as game-changer for families

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OCBCC Pre-Budget Brief 2018

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Advocates call for down payment on decent work

To mark Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Appreciation Day on October 25th, advocates launch the Decent Work Charter and call for a down payment on the public funding needed to ensure professional pay for early childhood educators and provide affordable, high quality child care services for parents.

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OCBCC Submission on Bill 148

Submission to the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs regarding Bill 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, 2017

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Parents and Educators holding Mother’s Day Weekend stroller brigade to draw attention to Ontario’s child care crisis

While parent fees are high, many Registered Early Childhood Educators are putting off starting their own families or leaving the field because wages in the sector are too low. 

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Expectant moms hope Kathleen Wynne will deliver on child care promises

Moms and moms-to-be are at Queen’s Park Tuesday morning to let the Ontario government know that they are expecting big things on child care in this year’s provincial budget.

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Transformative change for early years and child care in Ontario: From market patchwork to system

Read the OCBCC's Submission in response to Ontario's child care consultations and their discussion paper “Building a better future: A discussion paper on transforming early years and child care in Ontario”.

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OCBCC Pre-budget brief 2017: Building a quality child care system all families can afford and trust

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