CCCABC Poverty Reduction Submission
Media Release: Can BC’s Parents Afford to Have Kids?
The Current Child Care Context in BC
Media Release – Child Care Year in Review
Together we made a difference at U Vic!!
Media Release re: comments made by the Minister of Education
CCCABC BC Budget Update Response
Questions and Answers prepared for BC Provincial Budget
The election didn’t change much…
The rEvolution of Community Controlled Child Care in BC
Finally – BC Remembers School Age Child Care!
Minister Reid – Resign! Minister Taylor – Restore the Cuts! Premier Campbell – Build a Child Care System!
On January 5, 2007, Minister Linda Reid, BC’s Minister of State for Child Care announced her government’s latest attack on working families in BC.
Minister Reid – It’s Time to Resign! / [backgrounder]
The Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC is taking the unprecedented step of calling on Linda Reid, BC’s Minister of State for Child Care to resign from her Cabinet position.
$127 Million and Beyond: How BC should invest child care money
As BC approaches the end of federal child care transfer payments under the Agreement on Early Learning and Child Care (ELCC), the BC child care situation is going from bad to worse.
Where are our daycare spaces?
The Federal government has promised $250 million per year for 5 years starting in 2007, for an Initiative that will provide employers and non-profit organizations with incentives valued at $10,000 towards the capital expenditures for each child care space that they ‘create’.
Still Defending Daycare!
Join us in standing up to the federal government’s plan to dismantle years of progress and the provincial government’s inaction and silence.
Child Care and Unions: Taking the next step!
Most Canadians Vote FOR a Child Care System!
Stephen Harper’s Conservatives won a small minority government but most Canadians voted for a quality child care system that meets the needs of children, families and communities.
Federal Election 2006 – Defend Daycare!
The 2006 federal election campaign is on and child care is making headlines.
Our Child Care Plan
The Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC supports the right of every child and family to access quality child care within their own community. Our Child Care Plan clearly demonstrate that if there is political will, a system can be built, and it sets a standard by which BC’s Child Care Action Plan can and will be judged.
BC Politicians challenged to meet or exceed Manitoba and Saskatchewan Child Care Agreements
Today, the federal government signed bilateral agreements on child care with Manitoba and Saskatchewan but in BC families are still awaiting a good deal for our children.
Make Liberals Run on Their Child Care Record
Leftovers due to the lack of a child care plan? Largesse leading up to the provincial election?
On Feb. 11 Ken Dryden will meet with his provincial and territorial counterparts in Vancouver to negotiate a new child care agreement. If Minister Dryden needs any further evidence that this agreement must hold provinces accountable for using federal funds to build a child care system, he need look no further than BC.
Victoria’s Child Care Priorities Go From Bad to Worse
- Letter to Premier Gordon Campbell
With an election less than six months away, it comes as no surprise to hear the BC government make spending announcements. Child care is no exception.
BC child care plans prove Dryden needs to act now to get Child Care right!
In January 2005, federal, provincial and territorial ministers will meet to forge a deal for a national child care system.
Where to next?
Response to BC Government’s $33 million Child Care Announcement
Coalition responds to Supported Child Development Program Policy and Procedures Manual (Working Draft) with a request for a full public accounting of the feedback received on the SCC refocus process
Child Care and Labour – Working Together For Publicly Funded Child Care Strategy Session [final report]
CCCABC & Community Social Services Component of the BCGEU
2002 Provincial Strategy Session – Final Report