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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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The union representing workers at a struggling Downtown Eastside daycare says a complaint with the Labour Relations Board played a role in keeping 49 child-care spaces available this fall. The Phil Bouvier Family Centre daycare was scheduled...

source: Vancouver Star

Asylum seekers are no longer eligible to put their children in subsidized daycare in Quebec, making it difficult for single parents to get off welfare and into the workforce while waiting for their refugee claim to be heard, advocates...

source: CBC News

The Bobcaygeon Nursery School and Daycare is growing courtesy of 25 new licensed child-care spaces built under the Community-Based Early Years and Child Care Capital Program. The City of Kawartha Lakes applied to Ontario’s Ministry of Education for capital funding...

source: via Kawartha Lakes This Week

Some families in Waterloo Region are getting a bit of a break on their daycare fees thanks to a $13.5 million pilot project for licensed child-care centres in the province. One daycare has posted a graphic showing the difference in their monthly rates. For an infant...

source: CTV News

A new B.C. government pilot program to offer parents $10-per-day child care has received an "overwhelming response" from interested daycare providers, according to the Ministry of Children and Families. Earlier, there...

source: CBC News

A series of tiered wooden buildings nestled into the lush forest of Burnaby Mountain house a network of classrooms, playgrounds and offices connected by shaded outdoor walkways. A steady stream of laughs, hoots and squeaky voices...

source: Burnaby Now


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