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  • The Manitoba Child Care Association's 26th annual provincial conference will feature numerous workshops and keynote speakers Jim Greenman, author of Caring Spaces, Learning Places, and Madelyn Swift, author of Discipline for Life: Getting it Right with Children.
    Winnipeg
    Canada
  • The Association francophone à l'éducation des services à l'enfance de l'Ontario in partnership with the Canadian Child Care Federation and the Fédération des centres de la petite enfance du Québec have organized the first national Francophone conference on early childhood care and education.
    Canada
  • The Early Childhood Development Association and the government of PEI are jointly sponsoring the early years conference in PEI.
    Charlottetown
    Canada
  • The OCBCC (Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care) presents a conference on advocacy and action on November 15-17 2002.
    Hamilton
    Canada
  • The biennial Canadian Social Welfare Policy Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ottawa, is inviting people to submit papers and presentations for this year's conference "Social Development in Canada: Moving Forward". The plenary sessions will examine the existing state of social development in Canada, the key actors in social development, and the next steps to be taken.
    Ottawa
    Canada
  • The OCBCC (Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care) is advocating for people to take action in celebrating the 2nd Annual child care worker appreciation day.
    Canada
  • Loyalist College is conducting a national study on staff development training. The natioanl forum provides an opportunity for key stakeholders to come together to carve a national action plan for staff development opportunities with early childhood practioners.
    Belleville
    Canada
  • The Early Childhood Community Development Centre (ECCDC) and Brock University's YLC-CURA present their second annual 2002 conference on the realities of the modern village-research supporting daily practice,work, families, children and youth.
    Niagara Falls
    Canada
  • The OCBCC (Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care) presents a conference aimed to support advocacy and action in child care.
    Hamilton
    Canada
  • The City of Toronto's Children and Youth Action Committee presents its 2002 summit aimed to increase awareness of the role that child care plays in the early years project.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • The Diversity and Employment Equity Professionals Association is hosting a conference aimed to create awareness and understanding of issues around work/life and balance at home and in the workplace.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • The Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario presents its 20th annual professional development day conference to celebrate the week of the child.
    Toronto
    Canada
  • The Centre for Families, Work and Well-Being at the University of Guelph is hosting a three day course dealing with work-life issues. This is the Canadian edition of the strategic management of the work-life course developed by the Boston College's Centre for Work and Family. The course addresses the critical elements of strategic planning for work-life initiatives in an organization.<return>
    Toronto
    Canada
  • The Saskatchewan Early Childhood Association presents its 2002 provincial conference to enhance awareness and understanding around learning and care for this province's children.
    Regina
    Canada
  • The University of Ottawa, Carleton University, and the Family Network of CPRN (Canadian Policy Research Network) jointly sponsors this national conference aimed to review and examine child care policy in Canada in an international perspective.
    Ottawa
    Canada
  • The Thomas Coram Research Unit at the The Institute of Education for the University of London, England presents a conference on a new book publication by Peter Moss and Pat Petrie. They will be joined by practitioners and researchers from a variety of fields to discuss new approaches to working with children and young people.
    London
    Canada
  • The High/Scope Foundation presents its regional conference, 'Supporting High-Quality Programs', to increase awareness and understanding of the High/Scope approach.
    Brampton,
    Canada
  • The Canadian Association of the Deaf presents a national conference addressing issues facing families with young deaf children and their service providers as well as school programs.
    Richmond
    Canada
  • The High/Scope Foundation presents its annual training conference in Ypsilanti, Michigan where it will provide workshops and discuss topics on all aspects of the High/Scope Curriculum, as well as including sessions for infant and toddler caregivers, preschool teachers, elementary teachers, and for professionals who work with adolescents.<return>
    Ypsilanti
    Canada
  • The NACCRRA is celebrating 15 years of annual policy symposia that has encouraged dialogue and debate around policy issues affecting the field of resource and referral, child care, early childhood education and out-of-school time services. The association is inviting proposals for presentations for the upcoming 2003 annual symposium/conference.
    Washington
    Canada
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