Media - Nova Scotia


Open Letter: A Smart Investment in Our Future

In an open letter sent to several media across Canada, a group of charitable foundations urge politicians to look at early childhood education in a new light - as a must-have element to build a more prosperous Canada for all. To access the Early Child Development Funders Working Group page

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Early Years Centre Announced for Arichat School

Cape Breton Post, January 19, 2015 Excerpt: "We recognize how important the early years are to ensuring the success of the next generation of Nova Scotians," said Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey. "By partnering with local organizations, these centres will offer customized support to young children and...

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Early Years Centre in Cornwallis to Support Children and Families

Nova News Now, January 19, 2015 Excerpt: "The idea behind an early years centre is simple: work with the community to find out what they need to support our youngest children and once that need is identified, reach out to the community and local partners to make it happen." To...

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Nova Scotia's Newest Early Years Centre

EDUCATION/EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT--Four New Early Years Centres Announced January 19, 2015 Families in communities across the province will have services and supports for young children as a result of four new Early Years Centres. The new centres were announced today, Jan. 19, and will be located at: Clark Rutherford Memorial...

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Early Years Centre Giving Kids and Families a Head Start on Schooling

The Yarmouth County VanguardSeptember 23, 2014 Excerpt: "The purpose of these Early Years Centres are to get young pre-school aged children ready for their school years. The centres aim to meet the needs of the community by offering play-based early learning programs for four-year olds, family supports and resources and...

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