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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 Nova Scotia government says it will spend $8.9 million to create 1,000 new regulated child-care spaces across the province. The money, part of a $35 million deal with Ottawa aimed at making care more affordable,...

source: Metro News

Officials at Yukon College says they plan on hiring more staff to work in communities as the college tries to boost graduation rates in the early learning and child-care program. Brooke Alsbury, an instructor and program advisor with the...

source: CBC News

KidFit60 is an activity-based child-care program that will be open in September at Garden City Community Centre's soccer complex for children aged seven to 12. The program was developed by two local phys-ed teachers Ryden Marko and Craig Malaschuk. Kids enrolled in the...

source: Winnipeg Free Press

Construction has wrapped and the doors will soon open for a one-of-a-kind program bringing badly needed child-care spaces to Nanaimo, B.C. A community celebration was recently held at the Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship...

source: NanaimoNewsNOW

The Quebec government recently announced 5,800 new subsidized daycare spaces for the province's children, citing a recent government review. Family Minister Luc Fortin announced the initiative, saying the spaces will be allocated to areas of the province that most need...

source: CTV News

Despite the province saying more child-care options are on the way, a daycare operator trying to open a second location has hit a catch-22. Sarah Su has a space secured to open a centre in Victoria for the most coveted spots: infant...

source: Global News


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