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The early learning and child care sectors in Canada are increasingly using technology to document children's learning, communicate with families and engage in continuous professional learning activities. Today's families have expectations...

source: By Glory Ressler
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The federal government has been quietly probing how to provide provinces with more money annually for child care, as part of what sources describe as an issue that is at, or near, the top of the Liberal agenda to restart the economy. Social...

source: Nanaimo News NOW

The City of Enderby has adopted a number of actions to make child care options more abundant in the future. City council reviewed the Enderby Childcare Action Plan at its recent meeting before adopting its recommendations list in full. Compiled by Kara Wilhelms for the...

source: Vernon Morning Star

Premier Dennis King took an opportunity to lead off a recent briefing to talk about some of the planning that is going into additional child care measures. Phase 2 of the province's ease-back plan is expected to begin May 22. More businesses will be allowed to reopen, meaning...

source: CBC News

The number of children enrolled in daycare, for both pre-school and school-aged care, dropped from more than 8,000 before the pandemic to around 950 since March. The province closed public and private childcare centres at the beginning...

source: The Journal Pioneer

The Ministry of Education, along with trustees' associations and union representatives, have developed and endorsed a framework which will allow the temporary voluntary redeployment of eligible education sector staff, while maintaining...

source: Ontario Newsroom

Quebec Premier François Legault announced recently that Montreal-area businesses and daycares will reopen as planned on May 25 and June 1, respectively, as the daily death toll in the province hit its lowest point since...

source: CTV News


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