With universal child care, ECEs in Kindergarten classrooms, and advocates calling for an ECE salary scale across the country, the landscape of child care in Canada is changing.
In response to questions from CNC administrators and program staff about how these changes might impact CNC, we’ve put together a list of links to articles and information to keep you up-to-date and informed.
Over the coming months, we’ll do our best to add to this list with news and updates from the sector.
- Ontario’s child care wage floor increase brings financial relief for some educators, but leaves too many behind
- Early childhood educators in Ontario among lowest paid in Canada, advocates say
- Daycare workers are exiting the profession in droves, just as access for parents opens up
- Ontario Announces Comprehensive Strategy to Boost Child Care Workforce and Protect Children
- Advocates say increase to Ontario ECE wages doesn’t go far enough for retention of workers
- Saskatchewan allocates funding for new regulated daycare spaces, youth mental health
- $10-a-day daycare in Manitoba raising demand for staff and lengthening wait-lists
- Increase In Wages For Certified Early Childhood Educators Beginning October 1
- Advocates are calling for a salary scale of at least $30 to $40 an hour for registered ECEs
- Early childcare centres struggling to maintain staff across Saskatchewan
- B.C. falling behind on wages for early childhood educators amidst staff shortage
- Thunder Bay kindergarten classrooms are short-staffed as Ontario grapples with ECE shortage
- How much will it cost to raise the wages of Early Childhood Educators?
- Inside Canada’s 50-year fight for national child care