Premiers urged to make day care a priority at annual conference
from Toronto Star
Canadian child care advocates are urging the premiers at their annual meeting to make safe, affordable, quality child care a national priority. In the wake of two recent child deaths and one alleged poisoning in unlicensed Ontario day cares, the Canadian Child Care Federation and the Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada are calling on the premiers to work together on a "pan-Canadian" plan.
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