Reimagining Care/Work Policies


Learn more about Canada’s family policy landscape with the help of webinars, podcasts, accessible video lectures and downloadable teaching tools.

Latest Resources

May 3, 2024

Allyship in Community Research Podcasts

In these podcasts, Brock Masters students speak with Drs. Andrea Doucet and Sadie Goddard-Durant about how they negotiated the supervisor-student relationship in their project on the experiences and needs of young Black Canadian mothers in Toronto and what allyship means to them.

February 8, 2024

What’s Next for the Early Learning and Child Care Workforce? A Focus on Retention

In this video, Jane Beach (Researcher & Policy Consultant) emphasizes the need for a strong, stable, and qualified workforce to roll out the Canada-wide Early Learning and Child Care plan.

February 8, 2024

Pan-Canadian Early Learning and Child Care System Building: The Education of Early Childhood Educators

In this video, Christopher Smith (Associate Executive Director of The Muttart Foundation) discusses the importance of the education of early childhood educators to ensure the success of the Canada-wide Early Learning and Child Care plan.

December 13, 2022

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

In this webinar, we hear from experts on how Indigenous children and families can be supported through the Early Learning and Child Care system.

September 20, 2022

Childcare in Québec

Dr. Sophie Mathieu explains childcare in Québec in terms of affordability, quality, and accessibility. She identifies what lessons Canada can draw from it in developing a national childcare program.