Mother’s Voices Project Final Report
March 31, 2010 Letter to MLAs asking for modifications to Bill 49
Brief submitted during Consultation on Early Learning and Child Care
June 07, Child care in New Brunswick at a crossroads. The Coalition makes 15 recommendations that will transform child care in New Brunswick from a private good purchased by parents to a public good. This transformation will lead to quality programs that are available to children and affordable to parents.
Brief to Self-sufficiency Task-Force
March 07, Early learning and child care programs are part of the strategic infrastructure required to ensure New Brunswick’s competitiveness and productivity. It supports the employability of parents while at the same time helping to provide children with the foundations for lifelong health, learning and skill development.
Brief to the
federal Standing Committee on Finance
Oct 24, 06 Focused Public Investment in Child Care Services Enhances
Canada’s Place in a Competitive World
to the Federal standing Committee on Human Resources, Social Development
and Status of Persons with Disabilities
Oct 24, 06 Demonstrates the links between employability and child care.
Provincial Elections 2010
Fact sheet: NB Works if Child Care Works
Child care makes important contributions to society. This fact sheet provides information about the positive impact of professionally delivered, regulated child care – with a range of options – to the economy and labour force.
Fact sheet: The Future Begins Here
Child care makes important contributions to society. This fact sheet outlines how high quality child care today can help build the best possible future.
Although we know quality child care is good for children, families and
communities; many families cannot access a licensed child care space.
We need your help in advocating for child care because a quality sustainable
child care system requires a coherent action plan and substantial public
Bi-Annual Report 2008-2009