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.
OCBCC welcomes Ontario's promise of 100,000 child care spaces, pushes for action on affordability and decent work
The Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care welcomes the Ontario government's Throne Speech commitment of 100,000 new child care spaces for 0-4 year olds. If achieved, the government's plan would double the current spaces for 0-4 years olds, bringing Ontario to coverage for 40% of children.Read more
The Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care is calling for immediate action on child care from the Ontario government following the release of a government-commissioned report that made child care its first recommendation to close the gender wage gap.Read more
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 6, 2016) - From Windsor, to Waterloo, to Wawa, child care can't wait! Ontario parents, ECEs and social justice advocates right across the province are launching a new petition and campaign calling for a universal, quality child care system.Read more