subsidized daycare

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Newfoundland and Labrador experiencing child-care crisis despite government claims

Massive government spending has inflated demand but supply has not kept up.


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Government child care in Nova Scotia—a disaster for parents

Last year, the percentage of children in the province who attended child care fell from 61 per cent to 56 per cent.


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B.C. government shouldn’t boast about child-care disaster

More than 58 per cent of families in the province reported difficulty finding child care in 2023 compared to 46.5 per cent in 2019.


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An argument you hear a lot these days is that if the state paid for daycare, then more mothers would enter the workforce.


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The Quebec government spent $2.3 billion last year, or $9,772 per child, on its daycare program.


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Quebec subsidies cost north of $2.4 billion a year or roughly $9,700 per child.


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Experience in health-care policy has proven that federal interference in provincial matters often leads to worse outcomes.