Canadian families working non-standard hours struggle with child care, U of G report finds
Many Canadian parents of young children don’t work typical 9-to-5 work hours and face serious challenges finding child care — and the crisis is likely to grow, concludes a new report co-written by a University of Guelph child care policy expert. The comprehensive report found that nearly 4 in 10 (39 per cent) of Canadian families with a child under the age of six have at least one parent who works non-standard hours. That works out to approximately 1.5 million parents in Canada.
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