Where is the Child Care?: How the Shortage of Early Childhood Educators Undermines Access in Alberta.

“Can’t afford to wait for more than a decade”: Child care advocates ring the alarm on the lack of adequate workforce November 30 is the National Day of Action on Child Care & Early Learning. Child care advocate organizations Child Care Now Alberta and Public Interest Alberta have released a report called “Where is the Child Care?:… Continue reading Where is the Child Care?: How the Shortage of Early Childhood Educators Undermines Access in Alberta.

December 5 – Community Meeting

Thank you to everyone who attended our presentation! 🎉 Using Drayton Valley and Jasper as their examples Bernice Taylor and Lisa Daniel along with Councilors Colin Clarke and Kathleen Waxer from their communities explained their amazing municipal childcare successes and what it brings to their communities. Check out our post with the recording.

Child care advocates propose a roadmap …..

Child care advocates propose a roadmap to achieving a quality universal system of early learning and child care in Alberta The child care funding agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Alberta signed last week and the more than $3 billion federal transfer to the province sets the stage for big reductions… Continue reading Child care advocates propose a roadmap …..