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Released on June 17, 2014Today at Awasis Child Care Co-op Ltd. in Regina, Education Minister Don Morgan announced that more than 500 new spaces are being allocated in eleven communities across Saskatchewan.
Communities receiving spaces include Christopher Lake, Lumsden, Prince Albert, Regina, Sandy Bay, Saskatoon, St. Isodore-de-Bellevue, Swift Current, Wakaw, Warman and White City.
The Government of Saskatchewan has invested $2.2 million in the 2014-15 Budget for the development of more than 500 additional child care spaces.
Since November 2007, the Government of Saskatchewan has made a record investment in licensed child care, allocating funding for 4,935 new child care spaces to communities across the province. This year’s allocation raises the number of funded licensed child care spaces in Saskatchewan to more than 14,200, an increase of 53 per cent in the last seven years.
Visit www.saskatchewan.ca for a list of licensed child care services in your region.
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