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Ontario Child Care Advocates to Release Figures on Workers Needed to Meet Demand for $10-A-Day Child Care, as Part of National D

TORONTO , November 29 /Businesswire/ - Families, Early Childhood Educators, child care workers, and child care advocates will be at Queen’s Park on Wednesday November 30th, as part of a National Day of Action for Child Care Now: Better Pay, Better Quality, Better Access.

Ontario child care advocates will hold a press conference to release figures on the number of child care workers and ECEs needed to meet estimated demand for $10-a-day child care, discuss the child care workforce shortage and call for an Early Years and Child Care Workforce Commission and a salary scale.

Date: Wednesday November 30th, 2022

Time and location:

  • Press conference, 9:00 a.m., Queen’s Park, media studio.
  • Rally, 10:00 a.m., Queen’s Park, South Lawn.

Speakers Include:

  • Carolyn Ferns, Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care
  • Rachel Vickerson, Association of Early Childhood Educators Ontario
  • Joy Adeola, Registered Early Childhood Educator
  • MPP Bhutila Karpoche, Parkdale - High Park

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STORY TAGS: Ontario, North America, Canada, Children, Public Policy/Government, Communications, Other Education, Social Activism, State/Local, Consumer, Primary/Secondary, Education, Advisory,


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