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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 is considering tying money for child care in the provinces to a new set of national standards, but has yet to decide how to make care more affordable or whether private providers can be part of the system, the Star has learned.

source: The Star

Canada's workforce has tilted in favour of men during COVID-19 as the pandemic has pressured women's dual roles as mother and employee, says a new Royal Bank report. More than 20,000 women left the workforce between February and...

source: CBC News

A $14 million federal-provincial funding will help the early learning and child-care sector in New Brunswick put COVID-19 health and safety guidelines in place. “Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, our government’s...

source: Huddle

$14 million in federal-provincial funding will help the early learning and child-care sector in New Brunswick put COVID-19 health and safety guidelines in place. “Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, our government’s vision for a better economic future has not...

source: Country 94

Parents and kids are still concerned about the possible closure of five child-care centres in Waterloo Region. More than 40 people pleaded their case at a virtual public meeting on Wednesday night, expression frustration and emotion over the proposal to close the centres...

source: CTV News

Officials with the Kiddie Sunshine Centre in Altona say a planned expansion will address the extensive need for child care in the community and surrounding area. Board president, Laura Wiebe, says currently daycare space in the area is available for only 4.2% of children...

source: Pembina Valley Online

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