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The policies, funding and legislation concerning Canadian child care at the federal and provincial level have varied quite significantly over time, giving rise to hope for a universally accessible system just before dismissing it entirely. The child-care climate in Canada...

source: By Jo Ann Iantosca
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Ontario is tied for third place with New Brunswick in a new report on early childhood education services in Canada that reveals a patchwork system of varying quality and availability. For the first time, Prince Edward Island has surpassed...

source: Toronto Star

Grey and Bruce counties are getting more child-care spaces. Thanks to $1,588,137 in provincial funding, the Bluewater District School Board, in partnership with the two counties, is expanding the number of child-care spaces at Amabel-Sauble Community School in Sauble...

source: The Post

The Nipissing-Parry Sound Catholic District School Board, in partnership with the District of Nipissing Social Services Administration Board, are pleased to announce new funding from the Ministry of Education to create additional child-care spaces at two schools in North...

source: BayToday

Ontario plans to expand culturally relevant programs for Indigenous children in its early years programming and provide more child-care spaces to support Indigenous families, the province's education minister recently announced. Indira...

source: CBC News

On Jan. 31, Riley Neumann and Mathew Sleeva, Canora volunteer firefighters, visited the Canora Kidspace daycare to teach the children about fire safety and the work of firefighters. This is part of the daycare facility's...

source: Canora Courier

It's no secret that Mississauga has changed dramatically over the years, with some once bustling schools welcoming less and less students year-over-year. But while some schools are seeing less enrollment, other neighbourhoods are seemingly in need of more educational institutions...

source: Insauga


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