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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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Dozens of families are scrambling to make new plans for their children after the unexpected closure of a North York daycare. “Just shock and disbelief and not really knowing what to do,” said Connie Choy, describing her feelings...

source: Global News

Nunavummiut make the least use of early learning and child-care services in the country, according to new data from Statistics Canada. Only 36.7 per cent of Nunavummiut newborns to five year olds are dropped off at daycare, a preschool program, left with a relative or...

source: Nunavut News

As the school year approaches, Queensborough parents are worrying that a lack of child care in the neighbourhood could have real consequences for their lives. Parents are calling the situation a crisis, and it’s one that’s already caused a strain on life at...

source: New West Record

The federal government has announced nearly 1.8 million dollars in funding for early childhood development projects in the Greater Toronto area. It says the projects are aimed at finding new and innovative ways to improve early leaning and child-care service delivery.

source: CityNews

The Quebec government wants to address a province-wide shortage of kindergarten teachers by recruiting from the ranks of daycare workers, but some worry that will only create another shortage elsewhere in the system. Under regulatory...

source: CBC News

he Yellowknife Daycare Association's new 52 Street building, which opened last year, is at capacity according to City of Yellowknife documents. The association is now looking to open a satellite facility at the St Patrick Parish Hall for after-school programming on 53 Street....

source: Cabin Radio


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