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Embedding technology to enhance learning, communication and positive outcomes

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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Megan Crozier didn't know how long she would have to wait when she put her son, Chance, on a waiting list for daycare when he was two months old. About nine months later, Crozier said she’s struggling to find child care so she can start looking for work.

source: Journal Pioneer

The majority of daycare centres across Quebec opened late on Friday morning as 10,000 workers across the province ratchet up pressure on the provincial government to renew their collective agreement. Striking workers and officials from their division of the Centrale des...

source: Global News

With all of the young working families moving into Niverville these days, it was only a matter of time. A new French-language daycare has been given the go ahead to begin operations. The residential dwelling at 42 Claremont Drive, will now also be entrepreneur Monique Giroux’s...

source: Steinbach Online

Port Moody council hopes to see more from a developer proposing to build a six-storey condo project on St. Johns Street, just east of the city’s police station. At its committee of the whole meeting, council got its first look...

source: Tri-City News

Amid the competing messages from teachers unions and the Ford government, Stephanie Davis and Brandon Johnston wanted to send their own message. Meeting teachers on the picket line Friday in front of East Carling public school in London, the couple handed over a bundle...

source: CTV News

The provincial government announced $3.3 million in funding for new child-care spaces in Oshawa. It will go to the Durham Catholic District School Board who will build a child care addition at Monsignor Phillip Coffey Catholic School...

source: Durham Radio News


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