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The AECEA office has moved to the following address effective September 1, 2022. Please update your records accordingly.  320 - 11150 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB, T5K 0C7



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Minister Jones announced today that ECEs can deepen their understanding of brain development in the early years and the role they play.



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Child care coverage rates are an important way to measure the availability of child care, with higher rates generally meaning child care is more available.



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Applications are open for $50 million in funding in 2022-23 for non-profit groups interested in creating new child-care spaces and providing child care in a licensed child-care program in Alberta.



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The Association of Early Childhood Educators of Alberta (AECEA) is proud to announce ECE Day for 2022 will be held on May 20, 2022.



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As part of the Alberta-Canada Early Learning and Child Care (AC-ELCC) agreement, Children’s Services is engaging with child care sector stakeholders to explore a wide variety of topics to create a system that supports families, early…



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If you have already obtained your Level 3 Early Childhood Educator certification and you want to expand your knowledge, the Government of Alberta has recently approved five mental health courses for professional development funding (up…



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Child care fees on track to drop substantially in 2022 in most big cities, but not all are projected to meet targets: report



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Each year AECEA presents the Dr.