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Manitoba Child Care Association 2013 Annual Conference
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Please check out MCCA's website for conference details. Information will be added as we confirm itineraries, schedules, presenters, etc. Conference brochures will be mailed out to all MCCA members in February, ensure you renew your membership by Jan. 14 so you don't miss out on receiving your conference brochure and attending conference at the member rate. More



Child care activity and record-keeping resource calendar
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This calendar has been specifically designed to assist self-employed Family Child Care Providers or Child Care Centres. Keep complete and accurate records for you centre and also enjoy the many valuable activities and food ideas for each month! More

List of Canada's top family-friendly firms for 2013
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Now in its 13th year, Canada's Top Family-Friendly Employers continues to evolve beyond expected benefits such as maternity leave top-up payments, flexible working arrangements and family coverage through the company's health benefit plans. More

Child care centres need higher ratio of staffing
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A key factor in quality child care is the educator-to-child ratios. The current ratios in B.C. are too high and take away from every child receiving the same level of care. In B.C., the ratio for group daycare for nine to 12 children under the age of 36 months is one infant-toddler educator, one early-childhood educator (ECE) and one assistant. More

Child centre opens on Dougall
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Two business partners have opened a small child care centre on Dougall Avenue in the heart of the city. Tricia Fletcher and Lauren Himsl, both of whom have psychology degrees, opened their 21-space, Little Stars Child Care Centre in September in a renovated house at 3139 Dougall Ave. It provides organic menu options and an outdoor treed play area that includes a vegetable garden. More

Do kids still get chicken pox?
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The question: Do kids still get chicken pox? What do I do if my daughter gets it? The answer: In the span of a decade, chicken pox has gone from being one of the most common pediatric conditions to the point now where new, young pediatricians may have never seen a case! This is a result of a vaccine that has been available in Canada since 1998 and is now routinely given to infants in all provinces and territories. While it is true that chicken pox, also known as varicella, usually causes a mild illness, the complications from this infection are common and can be severe. More

Early learning is a better bargain than universities
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There is a familiar, forlorn quality to the report on early childhood education just released by TD Bank. Like studies dating back to the 1980s, it lays out the social and economic benefits of giving children a strong start in life. It demonstrates that the benefits outweigh the costs. And it laments that Canada invests less in early learning than any other industrialized country. More

Willowbrae Childcare Academy expands in City of Lakes Business Park
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Construction is underway to expand Willowbrae Childcare Academy on Garland Avenue in the City of Lakes Business Park. "The response to Willowbrae has been terrific," says Wayne Cochrane, president and CEO. "We have a long waiting list and are planning a second building at our current location to accommodate." The two buildings will be connected via a pedway. The community has given us a tremendous vote of confidence and a clear signal that expanding Willowbrae is needed and wanted. More

Family-friendly firms top up compassionate care leave
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On a Sunday night in 2011, Allyson Blackmore got the sudden news in Toronto that her father had been diagnosed with lung cancer. She knew immediately that she needed to go home to Halifax. Ms. Blackmore, a human resources administrator with Toronto Hydro, reached her work supervisor that night to explain. She flew out the next day to advocate for her dad's care and support her small, close-knit family. More


 
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