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2018 Toronto Child & Family Poverty Report: Municipal Election Edition

Author: 
Social Planning Toronto
Publication Date: 
1 Oct 2018
Entered Date: 
2 Oct 2018

Podcast: Childcare paradigm shift

Author: 
Blum, Nadine & Doctor, Kelly
Publication Date: 
29 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
1 Oct 2018

Ford puts corporate profits before affordable child care for Northern and rural families

Author: 
wawa-news.com
Publication Date: 
28 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
28 Sep 2018

Ontario opens door to more public funds for ‘big box’ child care

Author: 
Rushowy, Kristin & Monsebraaten, Laurie
Publication Date: 
20 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
21 Sep 2018

Child-care advocates fear next moves by Ontario government in daycare sector

Author: 
Mahoney, Jill
Publication Date: 
16 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
17 Sep 2018

Ontario government launches planning for prosperity: A consultation for the people

Online public consultation on government spending - ending September 21 2018
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Outside the spotlight: Small changes could have big consequences for Ontario child care

Author: 
Ferns, Carolyn
Publication Date: 
12 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
12 Sep 2018

Provincial child care cuts

Author: 
Davis, Janet
Publication Date: 
7 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
10 Sep 2018

OCBCC: Child care in the 2018 Ontario municipal elections

The Ontario municipal elections are coming up on October 22nd, 2018. The Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care has a mission: to elect champions for child care to all municipal and regional councils! They've put together a fact sheet containing key information on child care issues in Ontario's municipalities, including how to get involved in the election and questions for candidates.
Event date: 
22 Oct 2018 (All day)
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Ontario shouldn’t open the door to ‘big-box’ child care

Author: 
Star Editorial Board
Publication Date: 
2 Sep 2018
Entered Date: 
4 Sep 2018
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