New Brunswick Child Care Coalition  -  Coalition des services de garde à l'enfance du nouveau-brunswick
It takes a village to raise a child

Media Releases


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Liberal Child Care Platform: It hits the mark on some elements and misses on others
September 10, 2010

Progressive Conservative child care platform: Coalition welcomes
system-building approach but adequate funding needed to ensure quality

August 31, 2010

Coalition makes public findings of Mothers Voices Initiative
June 1st 2010

Early Learning and Childcare Act: Two organisations recommend modifications
April 7, 2010

Budget: Three groups that defend women’s rights are left with questions
Dec 2 2009, Joint media release of the New Brunswick Child Care Coalition, New Brunswick Coalition for Pay Equity and the Regroupement féministe du Nouveau-Brunswick

Early Learning and Child Care Act could be Hidden Gem in Speech from the Throne
November 20, 2009

Quality, Affordable Child Care Programs: Fundamental to New Brunswick’s Economic Future
Nov 19 2007, Economic and social development organizations join the Coalition and the Advisory Council on the Status of Women asking the Graham government to invest in the creation of quality spaces within the New Brunswick child care system. Here is a link to the common statement read at the press conference.

Media Advisory: Common statement for child care
November 19 at 10 a.m.; On the eve of National Child Day, the Child Care Coalition and the Advisory Council on the Status of Women will be partnering with Economic Development Organizations to ask the provincial government to invest in the creation of additional quality child care spaces in New Brunswick.

Federal Throne Speech slams the door on additional funding for child care
October 17 2007, Child care advocates respond to the federal Speech from the Throne.