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DaycareDebt: What N.L.'s political leaders are saying about daycare costs

Author: 
CBC News
Publication Date: 
25 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
25 Mar 2015

Samara's Democracy 360

Author: 
Samara
Publication Date: 
25 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
25 Mar 2015

Few Canadian families benefit from income-splitting: PBO

Author: 
Whittington, Les
Publication Date: 
17 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
18 Mar 2015

Vote Child Care 2015

Publication Date: 
11 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
11 Mar 2015

Ottawa urged to put child poverty pledge into action

Author: 
Monsebraaten, Laurie
Publication Date: 
11 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
11 Mar 2015

Childcare is everybody’s issue this upcoming Canadian federal election

Author: 
Women In Colour
Publication Date: 
2 Mar 2015
Entered Date: 
4 Mar 2015

Bill C-626 An Act to Amend the Statistics Act

Author: 
Ted Hsu, MP
Publication Date: 
22 Sep 2014
Entered Date: 
4 Feb 2015

Are we there yet? Post-turkey reflections on childcare in 2015

Author: 
Martha Friendly & Monica Lysack
Publication Date: 
21 Jan 2015
Entered Date: 
21 Jan 2015

Are we there yet? Post-turkey reflections on childcare in 2015

January 21, 2015 by Martha Friendly

By Martha Friendly and Monica Lysack

After the overstuffed turkey dinners, eggnog and latkes, the holidays are a perfect time to reflect on the past year before gearing up for the new one. This year, with a federal election looming and ChildCare 2020, Canada's first childcare policy conference in ten years just behind us, the holiday was an opportunity for heavy-duty musings about childcare in 2015. 

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