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Report on Child and Family Poverty in Toronto

Child and Family Poverty is a growing issue in Toronto. Too many children live below the poverty line! Too many parents struggle to access essential services such as affordable, quality child care!

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Posted in Child Care in the News, Fall Update 2014.

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Bill 10 Childcare Modernization Act UPDATE

The Child Care Modernization Act (Bill 10) is proceeding after passing the 2nd reading. Now the Bill will be examined by the Standing Committee on Social Policy.

This is an important milestone in our fight for an accessible, affordable and quality Child Care. Continued…

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City’s Parent Summit On Child Care

Parents!  Make sure you get to the City’s Parent Summit on Child Care

Wednesday November 19 at Toronto City Hall

and . . .Saturday November 22 at Etobicoke Civic Centre & Scarborough City Centre

SPEAK OUT AND HAVE YOUR SAY!  LET THE DECISION MAKERS KNOW WHAT’S TRUELY IMPORTANT TO YOU!

Register for this summit today!

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OCT 27 2014 Election Results!

A New City Council has been elected!

Check out who is your new city councillor here!

Do they support our fight for affordable and accessible licensed child care? see if they joined the I Depend on Child Care Campaign here.

 

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Fall Newsletter Update 2014

 With the rollout of Full Day Kindergarten in its fifth year and the Childcare Modernization Act Bill 10 expected to pass by the end of the year, Child Care programs continue to face an uncertain future. As well, with newly elected provincial and municipal governments and a federal election ahead, we can expect a very busy year. We will seize every opportunity to fight for an affordable, accessible system!

Click here to read the full TCBCC Fall Newsletter Update.

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“Ontario ombudsman slams ‘systemic government ineptitude’ for daycare deaths

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I Depend on Child Care

Who can we depend on to promote and strengthen licensed child care programs in our communities?  Continued…

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ELCAQI Survery Results 2014

Over a two month period between June and August of 2014 a survey was conducted among 163 community based non-profit child care centres in the City of Toronto by the Toronto Coalition for Better Child Care (TCBCC).  The purpose of the survey was to discover if the new Early Learning and Care Assessment for Quality Improvement (ELCAQI) tool is valuable to the child care community. Continued…

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Toronto Child Care Raffle 2014 WINNERS!

Toronto Child Care Raffle 2014 Winners

Congratulations to the Winners of the Toronto Child Care Raffle 2014! Thank you to all participants for supporting Toronto’s Child Care Community!

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Ontario child-care proposal faces strong opposition

The proposed regulatory changes released in December 2013 by the provincial government are facing criticism from child care advocates and experts. Specifically, the proposed changes that would allow for larger child groups to be cared for by fewer trained staff.   Continued…

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