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Mothers as earners, mothers as carers: Responsibility for children, social policy and the tax system

Author: 
Freiler, Christa; Stairs, Felicite; Kitchen, Brigitte & Czerny, Judy
Publication Date: 
1 Mar 2001
Entered Date: 
25 Apr 2001

Social policy, gender inequality and poverty

Author: 
Davies, Lorraine; McMullin, Julie Ann; Avison, William & Cassidy, Gale
Publication Date: 
1 Feb 2002
Entered Date: 
25 Apr 2001

The dynamics of women's poverty in Canada

Author: 
Lochhead, Clarence & Scott, Katherine
Publication Date: 
1 Mar 2000
Entered Date: 
28 Nov 2000

Women in Canada 2000

Author: 
Statistics Canada
Publication Date: 
14 Sep 2000
Entered Date: 
14 Sep 2001

A decade of decline: Poverty and income inequality in the City of Toronto in the 1990s

Author: 
United Way of Greater Toronto and Canadian Council on Social Development
Publication Date: 
9 Mar 2002
Entered Date: 
15 Jun 2000

Why Canada can’t work without good child care: How early childhood education and care supports the economy

Martha Friendly
September 2008

Many economists argue that government spending on people should not be contracting when the economy needs stimulation . Failing to invest in people - especially through investments like good quality early childhood education and child care - is bad economics. The evidence shows that universal community-based systems of high quality early childhood education and care (ECEC) are part of the backbone of strong economies: ECEC has short-term, medium-term and long-term economic and social impacts on children, their parents, the labourforce, local economies and the larger economy.

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