Child Care Now Nova Scotia Presents at the Nova Scotia Legislature

Child Care Now Nova Scotia was invited to the Nova Scotia Legislature on May 7th, 2024 to present to the Standing Committee on Human Resources for an update on the Canada – Nova Scotia Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care Agreement. Coordinator Kenya Thompson’s opening remarks emphasized the importance of ensuring expansion of child care… Continue reading Child Care Now Nova Scotia Presents at the Nova Scotia Legislature

Press Release: Child Care Nova Scotia Opposes the Province’s Request to Expand For-Profit Child Care

APRIL 25, 2024, KJPUKTUK/HALIFAX (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE) – Child Care Now Nova Scotia is very concerned to learn that Minister Becky Druhan, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, has petitioned the federal government to allow the Province of Nova Scotia to provide federal funding to expand for-profit child care centres. Nova Scotia’s ELCC existing… Continue reading Press Release: Child Care Nova Scotia Opposes the Province’s Request to Expand For-Profit Child Care

Marking the National Day of Action for Early Learning and Child Care in Nova Scotia

Today is the National Day of Action for Early Learning and Child Care! Child care advocates across the country are pushing for a strong system of early learning and child care, and calling on the federal, provincial, and territorial governments to fulfil their promises to make this system a reality! In Nova Scotia, we’re pushing… Continue reading Marking the National Day of Action for Early Learning and Child Care in Nova Scotia

Child Care Now Nova Scotia congratulates the Nova Scotia government on its first steps

Nova Scotia’s child care advocacy organization says it is pleased the Nova Scotia government is moving forward with expansion of the not-for-profit child care sector.  ‘Child Care Now Nova Scotia is watching these next steps closely because our major priority is to ensure that affordable high quality child care becomes much more available and accessible.… Continue reading Child Care Now Nova Scotia congratulates the Nova Scotia government on its first steps

Submission to the Nova Scotia Government

By Child Care Now Nova Scotia June 28th, 2021   Child Care Now Nova Scotia is a coalition that advocates for a universal, comprehensive, publicly funded, high quality, affordable, accessible, accountable, and non-profit Early Learning and Child Care system in Nova Scotia. We know that bilateral agreements are being negotiated with the federal government about… Continue reading Submission to the Nova Scotia Government

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Le milieu des services de garde demande aux libéraux et aux néodémocrates de donner suite rapidement à leurs engagements

Un enfant Une place est impatient d’aider le gouvernement libéral nouvellement réélu et le nouveau Parlement canadien à élaborer et mettre en œuvre un plan pour rendre les services éducatifs et de garde à l’enfance de bonne qualité abordables, inclusifs et accessibles à toutes les familles au Canada. « Nous sommes très heureuses que le Parti… Continue reading Le milieu des services de garde demande aux libéraux et aux néodémocrates de donner suite rapidement à leurs engagements

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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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L’organisation canadienne de promotion des services de garde publie une analyse des programmes des partis

Les libéraux, le NPD et le Parti vert s’engagent au chapitre des services de garde à l’enfance et les conservateurs quant à eux compromettent 6 milliards de fonds qui leur sont alloués. POUR DIFFUSION IMMEDIATE  Ottawa, le 17 octobre, 2019 – Ce matin, Un enfant Une place, l’organisation canadienne de promotion des services de garde, a… Continue reading L’organisation canadienne de promotion des services de garde publie une analyse des programmes des partis

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