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.Read more
UPDATE: Our response to Ontario Budget 2017: Ontario budget makes a start on child care expansion but leaves major policy directions for upcoming framework.Read more
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.Read more
An annual study of Canadian child care fees from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) shows that, for the third year in a row, Ontario has the highest child care fees in the country – pointing to an affordability crisis for parents.Read more
To mark Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day on Wednesday October 26th, a new report and thousands of names on petitions shine a light on the challenges faced by Ontario’s early childhood workforce and their growing collective call for decent work.Read more
MEDIA ADVISORY: Early childhood educators call on Wynne government to commit to equal pay and decent work
- To mark Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day, a new report on Ontario’s early childhood educators and thousands of petitions from across the province call on Ontario to commit to a child care system with both adequate wages for staff and affordability for parents.