Kids First Parent Association of Canada assumes no responsibility for the content and positions of these Fund the Child links. We are a very broad movement linking those who are very diverse in class, culture, lifestyle, politics, and world-view. These links are meant to facilitate cyber-networking amongst those who share this basic goal: that funding for children’s care “follow the child” and be provided directly to parents.
The Fund the Child Coalition Canada-Wide Event for International Children’s Day was held on Nov 19-21. Read about our formal Complaint to the United Nations.
Speaking Notes for the Fund the Child Press Conference (download PDF)
Unpaid Labour: An article in Politics Canada by Beverly Smith
Fund the child, not the system: An article by Kate Tennier published in the Globe and Mail on Monday, February 13, 2006.
Society for Quality Education: opposes all-day Kindergarten, advocates for research-based education policy and parent choice
More on Dumping Kids in Day Care: A blog by Dr. Rod Moser, PA, PhD
Daycares Don’t Care: A website with articles and info about daycare
Swedish Association for Children’s Right to Their Parents:
A Swedish parents’ group fighting for equality. Contact the group at: email@example.com
Choice for Childcare blog by Sara in the Ottawa area.
Advocates for Childcare Choice: An Ontario-based group working to ensure that all families are treated equitably when it comes to childcare policy.
Federal Labour Standards Review Submission: Suggestions for changes to the labor standards of Canada submitted in August 2005.
Institute for Canadian Values
Centre for Cultural Renewal
John Lawrence, editor
Mark-Alan Whittle in Hamilton: Blogger and activist for children, parents, handicapped people, and care-givers
Prarie Voices for Child Care Choice: Blog by home daycare owner mum
Prairie Advocates for Child Care Choice
Contact Nicole Larose and Meg Lange in Regina at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Index: A source of articles.
Institute of Marriage and the Family Canada
Caregiver Credit (US): Seeks financial support for unpaid care-work of all types