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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Reimagining Care/Work Policies for Diverse Canadian Families

Doucet, A., Prentice, S., Friendly, M., Fuller, S., Cai, M., Mathieu, S., McKay, L., Sasso, M., Thompson, K., Hacioglu, B., Burns, S., Davidson, A., Perlman, M., & White, L. (2023)

Families in Nova Scotia Urgently Need Expansion of Licensed Child Care

Thompson, K. (2023)

Not done yet: $10-a-day child care requires addressing Canada’s child care deserts

Macdonald, D. & Friendly, M. (2023)

How to create early childhood spaces: Lessons from Quebec

Mathieu, S. (2023)

Early childhood education and care in Canada 2021

Beach, J., Friendly, M., Nguyen, N.T., Borges Nogueira, P., Taylor, M., Mohamed, S., Rothman, l. & Forer, B. (2023)

From vision to posting: Creating a media-based teachable OER bundle

McKay, L., Sasso, M., Thompson, K, & Mathieu, S. (2023)

What and How are we Measuring When we Research Gendered Divisions of Domestic Labor? Remaking the Household Portrait Method into a Care/Work Portrait

Doucet, A. & Klostermann, J. (2023)

Determinants of work-family balance satisfaction during the pandemic: Insights from Québec

Mathieu, S., Tremblay, D. G., Treleaven, C., & Fuller, S. (2023)

The work-family interface and parents’ pandemic mental health: Understanding intersections of gender and high-risk household status

Fuller, S. & Cai, M. (2023)

Living to work (from home): Gender inequality and work/family devotion in the age of overload

de Laat, K. (2023)

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