By Tom Langford
Daycare in Alberta has had a remarkably sturdy heritage as a arguable factor. because the past due Nineteen Fifties, disputes over daycare courses, regulations, and investment were a routine function of political existence within the province. Alberta's Daycare Controversy strains the improvement of daycare guidelines and courses in Alberta, with specific emphasis on coverage judgements and software projects that experience provoked significant debate and fight between electorate. Langford brings to gentle the general public controversies that happened over the last 4 many years of the 20th century and the 1st decade of the hot millennium, putting modern matters in historic context and waiting for the weather of destiny coverage struggles.
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Marjorie Pardee took note of this at the first meeting of the advisory committee on 4 April and wrote to Fraudena Eaton that “the attitude of certain members of the committee did not encourage me in hoping to see day nurseries established, though Mr. Sullivan, Mr. ”35 The advisory committee made three telling decisions at its meeting in Edmonton on 4 April that suggested it was either inept or crudely looking for a way to justify a negative recommendation, or most likely something of both. 36 Second, instead of using that past research as a baseline and asking each advocacy group to take steps to update the baseline, the provincial advisory committee decided to embark on its own independent survey of the need for wartime day nurseries.
Lacking resources and fearing the loss of their children, working-class mothers sometimes had no option but to leave their young children in care environments that were less than the best. What was “appalling” in this situation was not the mothers’ neglect of their children but rather the deep-seated economic and social inequalities that gave mothers no other viable options. 9 While the new Edmonton Creche was the only subsidized day nursery in Edmonton, and indeed in all of Alberta, in the 1930s, the city had at least one commercial day nursery during that decade: Edmonton College Inc.
The immediate objectives of the Edmonton Day Care Committee (EDCC) were to survey “the need for day nursery care among women employees of the larger Edmonton industries” and to assess how the standards of care Early Efforts to Organize Day Nurseries, 1908–45 21 at the city’s existing charitable day nursery, the Edmonton Creche, compared to what they believed should be the minimum standards for day nursery care. The committee also solicited support for its efforts from a number of women’s organizations.