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  • Jun 19, 2018
    Online webinar examining nearly four decades of Canadian data and two decades of international data on household composition, labour market participation and poverty outcomes to determine whether Quebec has been successful - and to what extent - in bringing poverty levels in line with the least poor nations on earth, compared to Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and main industrialized countries.
  • Jun 16, 2018
    Join $15 and Fairness on June 16 to show Ontario demands decent work!
  • Jun 12, 2018
    The Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) and the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC (CCCABC) are working together to identify child care needs in rural and remote communities in BC. Please complete survey by July 13th, 2018!
  • Jun 1, 2018
    The 15th Summer Institute examines the challenges in promoting quality while targeting expansion. Featured speakers include Sir Kevan Collins, head of the UK Education Endowment Foundation, providing evidenced-based evaluation of the policies and practices that work – and don’t work – to improve children’s outcomes, and Dr. Angela James draws on indigenous pedagogy to strengthen early years practice.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • May 31, 2018
    Let's raise awareness and engage voters! Chalk your side walks about the benefits of universal child care, take pictures and share! #universalchildcareISpossible #ECEpower #decentwork #childcarenow #ONpoli
    Canada
  • May 29, 2018
    Join us for a special Election Town Hall focused on gender equity. This Town Hall is an opportunity to hear from local representatives of political parties about their respective plans to eliminate gender-based violence as well as to address the systemic issues that underpin it, including safe, affordable housing; affordable child care; and poverty.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • May 24, 2018
    The Manitoba Child Care Association’s annual conference is bringing back some of your 'favourite things' from past conferences. Some of the most popular presenters as well as the Creativity Fair are making a comeback this year!
    Winnipeg
    Canada
  • May 5, 2018
    The MacEwan Child Care Conference continues to work towards meeting the professional development needs and interests of the participants who work in the broad spectrum of settings making up this field. Join us for an engaging day of information, networking and inspiration.
    Edmonton
    Canada
  • Apr 27, 2018
    The Canadian Association for Young Children (CAYC), the Early Childhood Education Faculty Forum (ECEFF) and NorQuest College are pleased to be co-sponsoring a conference on Curriculum Frameworks from three perspectives: 1) How do educators implement curriculum frameworks? 2) How do Early Childhood Education/ Early Learning and Child Care pre-service programs incorporate curriculum frameworks? and 3) What does research say about curriculum frameworks?
    Edmonton
    Canada
  • Apr 26, 2018
    The Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care (OCBCC) and partners are launching the 2018 child care election campaign, Universal Child Care Is Possible. Our non-partisan campaign aims to engage voters and candidates on the issue of quality affordable child care in the upcoming Ontario elections. OCBCC and Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario (AECEO) are working with teams of educators, parents and allies in communities across the province on the issue of affordable, quality child care for all.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • Mar 21, 2018
    The overarching goal of this campaign is to address the long-standing issue of low and inequitable compensation for early childhood educators (ECEs) in Ontario. We are calling on the government to fund professional pay for all ECEs in Ontario regardless of where they work. Professional pay should reflect ECEs’ specialized training, the value of their work and their participation in continuous professional learning. No ECE should have to work for less than a professional wage and all ECEs should be recognized for their professional qualifications and practice.
  • Mar 3, 2018
    Since 1917, March 8th has been recognized as International Women's Day. This year's theme is #PressForProgress. The IWD march in Toronto taking place on March 3rd 2018. The AECEO is working to bring out the largest child care and early years contingent that we've ever had at the Toronto march. Help make history-- get out and march for child care and equality in Canada!
    Toronto
    Canada
  • Feb 24, 2018
    Would you like to be part of a local Community of Practice working with the AECEO and our partners to build an ECE led movement for change in the early childhood sector? Join Olivia Chow and AECEO Coordinator Lyndsay Macdonald for our workshop Building ECE Power for Change!
    Toronto
    Canada
  • Jan 20, 2018
    Inspiring, uniting and leading the charge for the advancement of women across Canada
  • Nov 30, 2017
    The Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario (AECEO) has been leading the charge to improve wages and working conditions for Registered Early Childhood Educators (RECEs) and staff in Ontario. The AECEO’s Decent Work Task Force will deliver workforce strategy recommendations to the provincial government on November 30th calling for a commitment to bring all RECEs up to $25/hr to reflect their level of education and the value of their work.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • Nov 17, 2017
    Practicing an Ethos of Caring: Honouring Children’s Right to be Safe
  • Nov 1, 2017
    Celebrating Licensed Home Child Care!
  • Oct 24, 2017
    Finding a Home in the World: Migration, Indigeneity, and Citizenship
  • Oct 20, 2017
    Week of Action to mobilize for Professional Pay & Decent Work for registered early childhood educators (RECEs) and early years staff.
  • Oct 2, 2017
    The Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada's largest labour union, will convene next week in Toronto for its 28th biennial convention. Over 2,200 delegates will gather at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre to debate the future of the labour movement and public services in Canada.
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