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For more than 30 years the CCAAC has brought together parents, child care workers, researchers, organizations and citizen groups to call for federal leadership and public investment in a high quality, inclusive child care system that is accessible to all families. More than ever, we rely on memberships and donations to enable us to continue our work.

As a member of the CCAAC you will be supporting the Association to continue its important advocacy work for the right of all children to quality child care. Click here to access our easy online membership form.


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Subscribe to the CCAAC broadcast list to receive e-mails that include CCAAC’s timely responses to federal policy news, election platforms and advocacy campaigns, upcoming events and monthly updates about what’s new on the CCAAC web site. Stay in the loop and don’t miss any of the new developments on national child care policy in Canada.

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Call or join your provincial or territorial advocacy organization

There is a lot happening in child care policy development at the provincial level. Join your provincial child care advocacy organization to help support the important work of promoting progressive child care policy in your province. The organizations listed below are strong advocacy groups, but they need more members to sustain and expand their efforts to influence child care policy in their province.

Family and Child Care Connections (NL)
Child Care Coalition of Manitoba
Coalition of Child Care Advocates of BC
Child Care Connections NS
New Brunswick Child Care Coalition
Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care
Early Learning Childcare Coalition of Saskatchewan

Write or call your elected representative

Let your elected representatives know you are in favour of a publicly funded national child care system. As a parent and voter, your voice matters. Click on your province or territory below to access the contact information for your elected representative.

For Federal Members of Parliament, click here.

Provincial/territorial elected representatives to Legislatures