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Press release

On August 13, 2019 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The first years of life are critical to the development of the child and its future well-being. For this reason, the government of Canada is committed to encourage and fund innovative projects that support the development of young children, and this, in order that every child has a good start in life and can succeed.

Today, the minister of Defence, the honourable Harjit Sajjan, has announced that three projects of innovation in learning and care of young children in Vancouver receive almost $470,000.

The three funded projects are the following :

The modes of learning in aboriginal language and literacy in early childhood education from Langara College will enhance the program learning and care of young children by integrating particular content Musqueam and reflecting aspects of aboriginal in the professional development of early childhood educators.
Go out and play! Tool reformulation of the risks to the education and care of young children from the University of British Columbia will develop and test a tool for re-assessment of risks related to the sector of the learning and care of young children to address the issues, needs and challenges related to the encouragement of outdoor games at risk.
Transform early childhood education by the music by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra School of Music Society will offer to the educators of the sector to the learning and care of young children accessible training in professional development so that they can give music lessons

These projects are supported by long-term investments government of Canada announced in the budgets in 2016 and 2017. Totaling $ 7.5 billion over 11 years, this investment will support child care services of the highest quality and most affordable in the country. Of this amount, $ 100 million will be devoted to innovation in learning and care of young children, including an investment of $ 10 million over two years by 2018-2019 and 2019-2020.

Quotes

“Canadians face new pressures when it comes to provide their young children opportunities for early learning and child care that are inclusive and of high quality they need to thrive. This is why our government is determined to invest in innovative ideas that will better meet the needs of children and families, especially those who work hard to be part of the middle class. “– The honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, minister of Family, Children and social Development

“The skills that children acquire through their learning experiences at a young age are essential to their success. Partnerships, like those we have formed with Langara College, the University of British Columbia and the VSO School of Music, will allow a greater number of children to have the bright future they deserve. “

– The honourable Harjit Sajjan, minister of Defence and member of parliament for Vancouver

Quick facts

These projects have been selected in the framework of a call of concepts (launched on June 28, 2018, and which aimed to find innovative ways to improve the delivery of services, learning and care of young children.

On June 12, 2017, ministers, federal, provincial and territorial authorities responsible for the learning and care of young children have signed a multilateral Framework early learning and care of young children.

Learning and care of young children

To better support canadian families, especially those who are most in need, the government has announced, in the budget of 2016 and 2017 with an investment of $ 7.5 billion over 11 years to create a greater number of seats to affordable childcare of high quality across the country.
On June 12, 2017, ministers, federal, provincial and territorial authorities responsible for the learning and care of young children have signed a multilateral Framework early learning and care of young children.
Each province and territory has signed with the government of Canada of a bilateral agreement which reflects the particular needs of its directors in terms of the learning and care of young children.

Innovation in learning and care of young children

The government of Canada committed to invest $ 100 million over 11 years experience in innovation projects in the field of learning and care of young children, starting with $ 10 million over two years by 2018-2019 and 2019-2020.
On June 28, 2019, he launched a call for concepts related to innovation projects in the field of learning and care of young children.
We asked the candidates shortlisted to submit full proposals for review, and the projects have been approved for funding depending on a variety of factors.

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Valerie GlazerAttachée of presseCabinet of the honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, C. P., députéMinistre of the Family, of Children and the Development social819-654-5546

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and/or sentence structure is not be perfect.

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