Imagine: quality child care that all parents can afford


Child care advocates will participate in a week of action from May 10 to 17, 2015, holding events across the country to celebrate child care as a public good and calling for a system that will provide all families with high quality care they can afford.

What could child care look like if our federal and provincial governments actually invested in a universal and affordable system?

  • Parents could take their children to inviting child care centres that provide educational and culturally-relevant programs.
  • Child care services would be affordable and accessible in the workplace and in the community.
  • Women could participate fully in the workforce, knowing that their children are in nurturing and safe environments.
  • All child care workers could have decent working conditions.


Vote Child Care 2015 is a campaign that brings together child care advocates and supporters from across the country to promote the vision endorsed at the ChildCare2020 Conference.

Check in regularly for more information on how you can get involved in the Vote Child Care 2015 campaign and the “Spring into Action” Canada-wide week of action May 10-17.