About MCCA

Location and Office Hours

MCCA is located at 2350 McPhillips St., on the second floor of the  Royal Bank Building, on the corner of McPhillips and Court St.

Office hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday.  Our resource library is open evenings and weekends when there is a workshop in session.  Call 204-586-8587 for details.   Parking is available on the street or in the pay lot one block west on Court.  It costs $4.00 for the day.

About MCCA

The Manitoba Child Care Association (MCCA) is a non-profit,  non-partisan organization incorporated in 1974.  We are proud to be the voice of early learning and child care in Manitoba, the largest provincial child care association in Canada, and an affiliate of the Canadian Child Care Federation.

Our Members

Our 4400+ members include licensed child care facilities, Early Childhood Educators and Child Care Assistants employed in licensed child care centres, Family Child Care Providers, and many associates who share an interest in high quality early learning and care.   Our members join MCCA as a sign of their commitment and professionalism and to support the work of MCCA.  Their membership enables them to be  informed about trends, issues,  gain access to services such as our insurance programs, professional development such as workshops and conferences, and networking.

MCCA is entirely membership funded.

Mission & Vision

Our mission is to advocate for a quality system of child care, to advance early childhood education as a profession, and to provide services to our members.

MCCA’s vision is to promote and support an exceptional early learning and child care system by fueling our members to be proud and excited to belong to a progressive, respected profession.

Learn more: MCCA’s 48th Annual General Meeting

Land Acknowledgement

The Manitoba Child Care Association acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 1 Territory and on the lands of the Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the Red River Métis Homeland.

We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past and we move forward in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.