COVID-19 Resources & Supports

  • Early childhood educators (ECEs) in Alberta share common experiences, challenges, and joys. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, AECEA understands that you have a lot of concerns, both related to the... Read more
  • Alberta Children’s Services has asked AECEA for information about how child care programs are paying for their child care premises (rent, lease, mortgage, other). Our poll results will help inform... Read more
  • Social solidarity and childcare are at the centre of social and economic recovery  April 15, 2020             Kate Bezanson, Andrew Bevan, Monica Lysack To read “From Stabilization to Stimulus and... Read more
  • The Canadian Child Care Federation, along with Child Care Now and the Child Care Resource and Research Unit collaborated on a plan to sustain the sector through the COVID-19 crisis. It was submitted... Read more
  • At some point in our lives we all have stressful times. We can be impacted by such things as financial pressures, unexpected difficulties, unemployment, or stressful situations such as the current... Read more
  • Yesterday a letter was sent to Minister Schulz, Deputy Minister Darlene Bouwsema, leader of the opposition, Rachel Notley, and the NDP children services critic, MLA Rakhi Pancholi requesting urgent... Read more
  • On March 23, 2020 select child care programs were allowed to open to support core service workers across Alberta.  Core service workers include: front-line health-care workers critical infrastructure... Read more
  • The Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta (AECEA) is the professional organization that represents early childhood educators in the province of Alberta. We stand strong alongside our... Read more
  • Childcare is an essential service in good times and bad and must be treated like one. Here’s what a smart COVID-19 childcare plan could look like. Manitoba announced last week that it would be... Read more