The Parent Quality Information project is intended to provide resources for Canadian parents in understanding and accessing high-quality child care to meet their, and their children’s needs. This website and video were developed by the Childcare Resource and Research Unit (CRRU) and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).
The Child Care Fund, provided under the terms of the CUPW’s collective agreement with Canada Post, funded the project’s development as part of the union’s commitment to support and help its members meet their child care needs. The fund is financed by Canada Post and administered by CUPW.
The Childcare Resource and Research Unit is a non-profit policy institute located in Toronto whose purpose is to further a universal high-quality public and non-profit early childhood education and care system through research, public education, knowledge transfer and knowledge mobilization.
For additional information, see What is the Child Care Fund? and the Childcare Resource and Research Unit website.
Contact the Finding Quality Child Care Project Team
CITATION: Finding quality child care: A guide for parents. Toronto, ON: Childcare Resource and Research Unit (2016). (Available at www.findingqualitychildcare.ca)