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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What’s Next for Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care?

Graham, A., Isaac, K., Wedel, S., & Greenwood, M. (2022)

Rearrangements to Childcare and School Functioning due to the Covid-19 Pandemic and their Impact on Employment Outcomes and Division of Labor between Mothers and Fathers in Different Cultural and Institutional Contexts

Kurowska, A., Matysiak, A., Fuller, S., Doucet, A., Kaufman, G., & Petts, R. J. (2022)

Fathering, parenting leaves, flexible work, and care/work responsibilities: A mixed-methods Canadian study

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

Reimagining Childcare, Parental Leave, and Employment Policies for Diverse Canadian Families

Doucet, A., Mathieu, S., McKellep, T., Friendly, M., Bezanson, K., & Qin, R. (2022)

COVID-19 and Canadian families: A mixed methods project on intersections between care/work policies, practices, and outcomes

Doucet, A., Fuller, S., Klostermann, J., & de Laat, K. (2022)

What’s Next for the Early Learning and Child Care Workforce?

Smith, C., Beach, J., & Ferns, C. (2022)

Work-family Balance and Measures in the Context of COVID-19: The Situation in Québec (Canada)

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

Access to parental benefits in Canada and Québec

Mathieu, S. (2022)

Increasing Flexibility and Gender Equality: Insights from recent changes in Québec Parental Insurance Plan

Mathieu, S. (2022)

L’utilisation des prestations parentales chez les nouveaux parents québécois à l’ère du télétravail : quelques réflexions sur l’égalité des genres

Mathieu, S. & Gendron, M. (2022)

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