Reimagining Care/Work Policies


We are producing a wide range of knowledge outputs for academics, researchers, policy experts, community service providers,  and the general public. Here you will find books, journal articles and book chapters, selected presentations and panels, and reports. The RC/W has partially or fully funded these outputs.

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Post-pandémie: une meilleure conciliation emploi-famille sans baisse de salaire

Mathieu, S. & Tremblay, D.G. (2022)

Qualité des soins en services de garde : un enjeu négligé au Québec

Mathieu, S. (2022)

Cinq partis, cinq visions des services aux familles

Mathieu, S. (2022)

Le Québec doit continuer de miser sur les CPE

Mathieu, S. (2022)

Four ideas to make Quebec’s child-care system a model for all of Canada

Mathieu, S. (2022)

What Should We Look for in Ontario’s Child Care Agreement?

Cleveland, G. (2022)

Plus d’argent pour plus de nouveaux parents

Mathieu, S., & Ragued, S. (2022)

Parental leave needs an overhaul. Reform of the Canadian system should make it more inclusive, equitable and integrated with other benefit programs

Doucet, A., & de Laat, K. (2022)

No Good Reason for Ontario to Delay Signing Child-Care Agreement

Prentice, S. & Pasolli, L. (2022)

$10 a day Childcare Will Dramatically Reduce Employment Barriers for Parents

Cleveland, G. (2021)

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