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Hudak to cut 100,000 public sector jobs if Tories win election

Author: 
Leslie, Keith
Publication Date: 
9 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

Ontario needs a good child care strategy

Author: 
Toronto Star
Publication Date: 
11 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

Child care's rough ride

Author: 
Friendly, Martha
Publication Date: 
8 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

Parents need child care to work, party leaders told

Author: 
Monsebraaten, Laurie
Publication Date: 
9 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

Early childhood education and child care in the 2014 Ontario election

Author: 
various
Publication Date: 
20 May 2014
Entered Date: 
20 May 2014

NDP child care pledge welcome but not enough, advocate says

Author: 
CBC News
Publication Date: 
12 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

PC platform includes larger class sizes, cancels teacher pay hikes

Author: 
CBC News
Publication Date: 
14 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

New Democrats promise one-time $100M cash injection for child care

Author: 
Canadian Press
Publication Date: 
11 May 2014
Entered Date: 
14 May 2014

Child care’s rough ride

May 8, 2014 by Martha Friendly

Child care now!

Child care in Ontario has been having a rough ride for some years. Most recently, the current election call illustrates the precariousness of child care in the absence of a federal role and without solid, well-developed provincial policy. In Ontario and Canada-wide, the state of child care is dismal in just about every way - spaces unavailable, quality uneven, wildly varied but mostly unaffordable parent fees, low staff wages, weak regulation.

A chicken in every pot? No, but a daycare spot for every kid, says PQ

Author: 
CJAD 800
Publication Date: 
26 Mar 2014
Entered Date: 
26 Mar 2014
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