Media releases | November 30, 2022

On the National Day of Action for Child Care, advocates are urging the government of Alberta to increase wages for early childhood educators.

A Level 1 early childhood education (ECE) worker — who is required to complete a short online course to be certified — is, on average, paid just above minimum wage. So, ECEs and child care directors are asking the province to boost wages and create a competitive salary grid to help keep staff in Alberta. Read more →