Child-care subsidy crunch could force young families to leave Toronto
from The Star
If Toronto does not invest in new child-care subsidies, the city will lose young families to the suburbs where living costs are lower and child care is more plentiful, advocates warn. “If you freeze subsidies when the city and demand (for child care) is growing, parents will be cut out of the workforce,” said Jane Mercer of the Toronto Coalition for Better Child Care.
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