Investments in child care and early learning make good economic sense for Ontario. They help families and communities thrive by making full-time work possible. Especially in northern and rural communities, child care systems help attract and retain the skilled workforce needed to grow local economies.
AMO is committed to working with the province to expand access to more affordable, high-quality child care for Ontario residents.
Read AMO positions papers:
- AMO Submission re Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 (CCEYA). August 28, 2020
- Child Care and Early Years in Ontario Planning for Successful Outcomes. April 10, 2019
- Moving Forward on a Renewed Ontario Early Years and Child Care Policy Framework for Ontario. January 30, 2017
- AMO Response to Provincial Discussion Paper: Modernizing Child Care in Ontario: Sharing Conversations, Strengthening Partnerships, Working Together. October, 2012