Why isn't child care affordable for all Canadians yet?
from This Magazine
Through the 1990s child care was off the national political agenda. It returned in 2003 when a national child-care program came closest to reality under Paul Martin's federal Liberal Party government. In 2004, Martin said he would make good on a pledge for national child-care program worth $5 billion over five years and by late 2005, Social Development Minister Ken Dryden had finessed bilateral agreements with 10 provinces based on quality, universality, and accessibility, all through a developmental focus. Unfortunately, many steps back followed all this forward movement.
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