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Does Canadian federalism amplify policy disagreements? Values, regions and policy preferences

Author: 
Montpetit, Éric, Lachapelle, Erick and Kiss, Simon
Publication Date: 
12 Sep 2017
Entered Date: 
31 Oct 2017

$71M announced for child-care services in New Brunswick

Author: 
MacKinnon, Bobbi-Jean
Publication Date: 
30 Aug 2017
Entered Date: 
30 Aug 2017

Ottawa boosts P.E.I.'s child care budget

Author: 
Yarr, Kevin
Publication Date: 
29 Aug 2017
Entered Date: 
29 Aug 2017

Ottawa signs child-care deal targeting families in need

Author: 
Zilio, Michelle
Publication Date: 
12 Jun 2017
Entered Date: 
14 Jun 2017

Des milliards d'Ottawa pour les garderies (translation available)

Author: 
Bellavance, Joel-Denis
Publication Date: 
12 Jun 2017
Entered Date: 
14 Jun 2017

Data crimes and misdemeanors: Why childcare, too, needs the long-form census

February 2, 2015 by Martha Friendly

In the first week of February 2015, the House of Commons will vote on Kingston MP Ted Hsu's private member's bill calling for restoration of Canada's long-form census. Although research methods and data analysis are not ordinarily popular or newsworthy topics, there has been considerable media and public attention to the details of how Canada has turned its data clock back to the year 1956, or 1871, or 1666, depending on how you look at it.

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