Supporting the settlement and care of young immigrant children

What's New

It’s International Day of Friendship!

The International Day of Friendship is a United Nations (UN) day that promotes the role that friendship plays in promoting peace in many cultures. It is observed on July 30 each year. Read more…

Parade to celebrate early childhood education in Nova Scotia

This family fun event is scheduled for August 10th at 1:00 and was created to bring attention to quality early childhood education and the value of the educators in the field. Read more…

Nova Scotia Conference: SAVE THE DATE

This year, the Mental Health in the Early Years Conference will be held from October 18-19, 2014 at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Find out more…

Immigrant Parents and Early Childhood Programs: Addressing Barriers of Literacy, Culture, and Systems Knowledge

Immigrant parents confront significant barriers as they try to engage with their children’s educational programs during the developmentally critical early years. Read more…

Exploration of the Status of Services for Immigrant Families in Early Childhood Education Programs

Four principles have been identified as having importance when working with immigrant families. In this report, each principle is explored individually in terms of dynamics as well as recommendations for ECE programs currently working with immigrant families.

Newcomer Parents Speak Out On CNC – Unveiling Some Surprising Results!

To better understand how parents feel about the care their children receive, CMAS designed and conducted an evaluation. Read more…

Happy Canada Day!

Find out more about the holiday and find celebrations near you here!

Subscribe to What's New RSS Feed

View All