Canadian National Child Care Study: Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories
Alan R. Pence, Statistics Canada, Canada. Health and Welfare Canada, National Day Care Research Network
Statistics Canada [and] Health and Welfare Canada, 1992 - Child care - 462 pages
This document contains the story of Canadian child care written from the perspective of the individual provinces and territories. Each provincial and territorial report provides a socio-geographic overview; an historical overview overview of child care; an overview of the child care legislation; a 1989-1990 addendum; and a bibliography of child care publications. It also includes national survey data for the provinces, but not for the territories.
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age group average Brunswick Report Canadian Encyclopedia Canadian National Child Charlottetown child care arrangements Child Care Facilities child care services Child Care Study Child Day Care Childhood Development Association children 0-17 months children 0-5 CNCCS day care centres day care facilities day care services Department of Health Department of Social early childhood education Edward Island Report Employment Status family day ﬁeld ﬁgures ﬁnancial ﬁrst ﬁve full-time funding garde à l'enfance garderies Halifax Health and Social hours per week hours/week income kindergarten labour force least one child Longueuil Montérégie months of age Montréal Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland Report non-proﬁt Northwest Territories Nova Scotia Report Number of Children Office des services one-parent families part-time population preschool Prince Edward Island Quebec Report reference week regulations Report Table services de garde Social Services special needs Statistics Canada subsidy supplemental child total number two-parent families urban centres Welfare women