Aaniin, Shé:kon, Tawnshi, Miyotôtâkewin, ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ, Biindigen and Welcome!

Connecting Spirits – Strengthening Roots

All Nations Child Care Gathering 2024

Thursday, July 18th & Friday, July 19th

Congratulations to the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation early learning program staff on hosting a fabulous 2 day professional learning event! Thank you to the planning committee on creating an amazing agenda from the opening to the closing ceremony! The participants were well taken care of throughout the two days!
Keep watching the webpage for more photos! If you are a Facebook user search for #allnationsgathering2024 for videos and photos!


We will be posting videos asking you to video yourself/educators/families/children (if you have permission) and send them to us to share on our website!!

Watch for a call-out on topics for videos from your centre to submit!!

We invite you to submit your video!

How to make a video.

Regional Network Information

Regional Networks are comprised of supervisors, coordinators and educators of First Nation Early Learning Programs located in each of the 4 regions of the province. The establishment and sustainability of these networks was identified as a priority by First Nations. The networks support the delivery of high quality, culturally appropriate programs and services. The benefits of regional networks include information sharing, knowledge exchange, skills development, collaborative problem solving and solution-finding for common issues.

The 4 regional network pages include maps and directories for licensed child care and child and family programs.

First Nation Early Learning Regional Program Map

First Nations Early Education Regional Map