Nunavut Agreement Article 32

Posted: April 11, 2021 by Podwits Administrator in Uncategorized

The agreement reaffirms existing structures, including quarterly meetings between the Prime Minister and the President of NTI and the objective of bi-cased meetings between the CEO of NTI and the Deputy Minister of Nunavut`s Executive and Intergovernmental Affairs Department. In a spirit of enhanced cooperation, the federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for the ELCC met on June 12, 2017 and signed a landmark agreement on a multilateral ELCC framework to improve provincial and territorial education and child care systems that will improve the lives of Canadian children and their families. The framework lays the groundwork for governments to work to adopt a common, long-term vision that enables all children across Canada to live in a rewarding environment of early education and quality child care. “Despite some cooperation agreements between the ITN and the Government of Nunavut, which set common policy priorities and set general directions for cooperation… there is no agreed strategy or plan for the implementation of Article 32,” the report says. 10.1 During the duration of the agreement, when another province or any other region, with the exception of the province of Quebec that is not part of the framework, negotiates and enters into an early learning and child care agreement with Canada or negotiates and amends such an agreement and if, in Nunavut`s reasonable opinion, a provision of this or this amended agreement is more favourable to that province or to this region. conditions set out in this agreement. , Canada agrees to amend this agreement to allow Nunavut to obtain similar treatment if Nunavut requests it. This includes all provisions of the bilateral agreement, with the exception of the financial provisions covered in Section 4.0. This amendment is retroactive to the effective date of the agreement or the amendment of such an agreement with the other province or region.

Federal, regional and regional ministers, who are most responsible for early childhood education and child care, agree on the importance of helping parents, families and communities in their efforts to ensure the best possible future for their children.

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