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January 17, 2024
Nova Scotia to meet 2026 targets for daycare under federal funding deal: officials

Child/Elder CareNewsCompensationLabour Relations

October 30, 2023
B.C. raises pay $2 per hour for daycare workers at licensed facilities

Child/Elder CareColumns/Blogs

September 19, 2023
Ontario needs to remove barriers to child-care subsidies for low-income families

Child/Elder CareColumns/Blogs

August 14, 2023
Older ‘sandwich generation’ Californians spent more time with parents and less with grandkids after paid family leave law took effect

Child/Elder CareGlobal HR News

June 27, 2023
Washington’s long term care payroll tax starts July 1, as other states explore similar programs

Child/Elder CareNewsCompensation

June 8, 2023
Ontario to boost early childhood educator wages in bid to ease staff shortage

Child/Elder CareColumns/BlogsFeaturesManaging/LeadershipWorking Remotely

April 21, 2023
Opinion: CEO sparks outrage with comments on working parents, pets and moonlighting staff

Child/Elder CareNews

March 6, 2023
Saskatchewan to have $10 a day child care in April, three years ahead of schedule

Child/Elder CareNews

January 5, 2023
As parents celebrate lower child care fees, will provinces keep up with demand?

Child/Elder CareNews

January 3, 2023
B.C. expands $10 child care program, goal is to hit 12,500 spaces by February

Child/Elder CareNewsWorking Remotely

December 22, 2022
Back to office mandate has some public service parents scrambling to find child care

Child/Elder CareNews

December 19, 2022
Ontario launching grants for child-care centres to create spaces

Child/Elder CareNewsLabour Relations

November 18, 2022
Ontario parents prepare for weekend of uncertainty as possible education strike looms

Child/Elder CareNewsLabour Relations

November 3, 2022
CUPE warns Ontario parents to make arrangements for next week as strike set to start

Child/Elder CareNews

August 18, 2022
N.S. daycare operators say sector in crisis because of staff shortages, rising costs

Child/Elder CareNews

August 15, 2022
Child-care fees falling 70 per cent in Saskatchewan on Sept. 1

Child/Elder CareNewsLegislation

February 24, 2022
NDP asks Liberals to drop appeal of tribunal ruling in EI maternity leave case

Child/Elder CareNewsBenefits & PensionsPolitics

January 12, 2022
As EI review begins in Canada, businesses look for rethink of parental leave

Child/Elder CareNewsPolitics

December 22, 2021
Liberals, Tories co-operate on extending leave for grieving parents

Child/Elder CareNewsCompensation

November 5, 2021
Saskatchewan early childhood educators to receive wage increase

Child/Elder CareNewsCompensationDiversity & Inclusion

November 2, 2021
Maternity leave program aims to close power, salary gaps for working mothers

Child/Elder CareNewsBenefits & PensionsRecruitmentRetention

September 15, 2021
B.C. offers incentives like child-care to recruit and retain health-care workers

Child/Elder CareNewsPolitics

August 13, 2021
Saskatchewan signs on to federal government’s $10-a-day child-care plan

Child/Elder CareNews

December 30, 2020
Are family caregivers an invisible workforce?

Child/Elder CareFeaturesDiversity & InclusionEconomy

December 22, 2020
‘Completely unmanageable’: Pandemic taking women out of workforce

Child/Elder CareNewsDiversity & InclusionEconomy

December 7, 2020
Child care adds to strain for working mothers as pace of job gains slows

Child/Elder CareNewsFederal and Provincial Budgets

December 1, 2020
Liberals take step on national child-care system, promise plan in 2021

Child/Elder CareFeaturesBenefits & PensionsMental HealthWorking Remotely

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