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The policies, funding and legislation concerning Canadian child care at the federal and provincial level have varied quite significantly over time, giving rise to hope for a universally accessible system just before dismissing it entirely. The child-care climate in Canada...

source: By Jo Ann Iantosca
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In the pages of this paper, Canada’s most powerful people have fiercely debated the issue of why women don’t climb the corporate ranks at the same rate as men. While I’m encouraged to see the topic...

source: Globe and Mail

Squamish council voted in favour of granting a development permit to a person seeking to start up a daycare at 1534 Depot Road in Brackendale. Councillors voted unanimously on Sept. 17 in favour of granting the permit to Madeleine Rae Cott and Kurtis Robert Munro.

source: Squamish Chief

Working with families over a longer term helps foster stronger bonds, says daycare operator Suzanne Freeman. Freeman has owned and operated one of the longest running daycares in Dawson Creek since opening in 2008. Freeman started as an unlicensed daycare in Kamloops,...

source: Dawson Creek Mirror

The Garderie Tunney’s Daycare, which was on the verge of closing just three years ago because of a rent increase imposed by the federal government, introduced 18 new French spaces to its daycare this summer. The daycare held a celebration to mark the occasion in August.

source: Kitchissippi Times

The Region of Peel has created new child-care spaces and early years programs as part of their new five-year road map for Early Years and Child Care. According to Sandeep Punia, Communications Specialist, Early Years and Child Care Services,...

source: Insauga

The community of Prince Edward County has come together again to raise funds and help improve childhood learning programs and care services. Hundreds of people enjoyed the sunshine and crisp fall air while taking in the Chef’s...

source: In Quinte


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