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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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Greater investment in early childhood education (ECE) can be a springboard to success. Expanding ECE in Canada would increase female labour market participation, improve child outcomes (especially for disadvantaged children), and reduce Canada's income inequality.

source: The Conference Board of Canada

It truly takes a community to raise a child. Just ask Wee Bairns Infant Care. The eight-space infant daycare centre has been operating out of Murdoch MacKay Collegiate (260 Redonda St.) since January 1991, and is currently one of only two infant care centres in Transcona,...

source: Winnipeg Free Press

Preschool is often thought of as mere babysitting. But a growing body of research suggests that when done right, it can be much more than that. An effective early-education program can level the playing field for low-income black and Hispanic students relative to their white...

source: The New York Times

The provincial government has released its Early Learning and Child Care Action Plan, Everyone at their best... from the start: Early Learning and Child Care Action Plan, which details how the government will make investments to transform the system. "Your government's...

source: Government of New Brunswick

The Halton District School Board has received money from the Ministry of Education for the relocation of two child-care programs within Burlington. Pearson Co-operative Nursery School will move from Lester B. Pearson High School, which...


A Whitehorse daycare closed suddenly this week, leaving parents scrambling to find new spaces and asking for a refund. The daycare's owner, Andi Worden, told CBC that her business problems started with "bad book-keeping" that was eventually discovered by the Canada Revenue...

source: CBC News


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