Friday, September 28

Throne Speech must speak to child care crisis

Today's Conservative admission that their child care policy is unworkable isn't news to child care advocates - but it is an opening to press for change, says CUPE National President Paul Moist.

"There's an ever-growing need for high-quality child care, and Monte Solberg has finally acknowledged his party's so-called plan for spaces won't work," says Moist.

"I urge the opposition parties to press this minority government into a commitment to fix the problem by making early learning and child care one of the deal-breaking issues as they push for changes to next month's speech from the throne."


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