Child care researchers release deep dive into the world of child care for precarious employees

Child care in Canada is expensive, hard to find and too often unreliable. But what if you’re among the estimated 30 per cent of parents whose working hours fall outside of a regular day shift? A new report by researchers from the University of Guelph, University of Manitoba, Brock University and the Child Care Resource… Continue reading Child care researchers release deep dive into the world of child care for precarious employees

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Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services

This flagship report from Eurofound, Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services, brings together in-depth contributions in the area of the quality of society and public services, based mainly on research carried out since 2016. Recognizing the fact that the quality of people’s lives is profoundly influenced by their access to… Continue reading Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services

Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services

This flagship report from Eurofound, Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services, brings together in-depth contributions in the area of the quality of society and public services, based mainly on research carried out since 2016. Recognizing the fact that the quality of people’s lives is profoundly influenced by their access to… Continue reading Challenges and prospects in the EU: Quality of life and public services

New Child Care Now campaign targets federal party leaders

On October 21, Canadians voted for parties that support providing affordable child care to all. The Liberals, NDP and the Greens are all on record supporting many of the aspects of Child Care Now’s Affordable Child Care for All Plan. Child Care Now is asking Prime Minister Trudeau to take immediate action on the pledges… Continue reading New Child Care Now campaign targets federal party leaders

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Letters to federal party leaders

Child Care Now has sent the following letters to the leader of the Liberals, NDP and Green Party asking them to maintain the important commitments they made in their election platforms. Feel free to use these letters a guide when drafting your own letters to the leaders of the three parties. Letter to Hon. Justin… Continue reading Letters to federal party leaders

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Election Statement: Child care advocates call on Liberals and NDP to deliver on their pledges without delay

Child Care Now is looking forward to helping the newly re-elected Liberal government and Canada’s new Parliament develop and enact a plan to make high-quality early childhood education and child care affordable, accessible and inclusive for all families across Canada. “We were very glad that the Liberal Party of Canada, NDP and Green Party all… Continue reading Election Statement: Child care advocates call on Liberals and NDP to deliver on their pledges without delay

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Canada’s child care advocacy organization releases analysis of party platforms

Liberals, NDP and Green commit to child care; Conservatives put $6 billion of child care funding at risk FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA, OCTOBER 17, 2019 – This morning, Child Care Now, Canada’s child care advocacy organization, released its final analysis of the child care promises made by each of the federal parties with seats in… Continue reading Canada’s child care advocacy organization releases analysis of party platforms

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