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The Child Care Modernization Act is an update and modernization of the Day Nurseries Act and the Early Childhood Educators Act.
Position paper from Dietitians of Canada describes the importance of school and daycare environments for encouraging and giving access to healthy food choices. Includes provincial examples of school nutrition policies.
These guidelines help ensure consistent standards of practice in child care settings. Healthy Eating guidelines promote healthy eating by providing a wide range of nutritious and safe foods in a positive and supportive environment. Active Living Guidelines aim to enable child care educators to promote, role model, and engage children in daily physical activity and provide opportunities for children to develop physical literacy skills.These guidelines are also available in French.
These guidelines help ensure consistent standards of practice in child care settings. Healthy Eating guidelines promote healthy eating by providing a wide range of nutritious and safe foods in a positive and supportive environment. Active Living Guidelines aim to enable child care educators to promote, role model, and engage children in daily physical activity and provide opportunities to develop physical literacy skills.
This backgrounder describes The Cook Up Some Fun! campaign which was developed to raise awareness among parents of children between the ages of 2-14 about the benefits of eating together regularly.
This report aims to provide a better understanding of the circumstances that positively and negatively affect the access and use of high-protein traditional foods in early childhood programs for indigenous children.
This US-Based guide outlines a potential path to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption and improve health; with 10 strategies for communities and states to consider, organized in a sequence that have been seen in many places.
This guide was created to help child care providers meet the food and drink requirements in the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014 (CCEYA) and create a supportive nutrition environment within their child care setting.
This tool was created by the Ontario Dietitians in Public Health (ODPH) to help child care cooks, chefs and providers assess their menus to meet the food and drink requirements in the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014.

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