The Centre for Future Work released a report on November 25, 2020 that identifies and quantifies the economic benefits that will come from putting in place a new Canada-wide universal system of early learning and child care (ELCC). The report, prepared by economist Dr. Jim Stanford, Director of the Centre for Future Work, concludes that… Continue reading The Role of Early Learning and Child Care in Rebuilding Canada’s Economy after COVID-19
Monthly Pledge Days Pledge.votechildcare.ca July 20th 2015 – for quality child care all families can afford August 12th 2015 – International Day of Youth September 14th 2015 – Grandparents for Child Care October 5th 2015 – World Teacher’s Day By signing the pledge for quality child care that all families can afford and count on,… Continue reading Pledge to Vote Child Care on October 19th
We are excited to launch Vote Child Care 2015 this March 8th on International Women’s Day. The Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada is committed to making sure that all voices demanding action on child care are heard in the next federal election. The time for government action is now! Let’s make this the last… Continue reading Let’s make affordable child care a reality for all families
January 15, 2016 We are excited to share an important new document, a Shared Framework for Building an Early Childhood Education and Care System for All. The Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada (CCAAC) worked with many others from across Canada to develop this Shared Framework, which is addressed to federal, provincial and territorial governments.… Continue reading Advocacy initiatives and policy developments
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