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Ontario’s spending for regulated child care, 1942-2001

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Childcare Resource and Research Unit
2002
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This BRIEFing NOTE is a chart displaying Ontario government expenditures on child care from 1942 to the present. An internal Ontario government policy paper leaked to the Toronto Star in November 2001 sets out the removal of $200 million from the provincial budget for regulated child care (currently approximately $470 million which includes funding for regulated child care and family resource programs).

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Is this as good as it gets? Child care as a test case for assessing the Social Union Framework Agreement

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Martha Friendly
2002
4pp

 

Martha Friendly examines how child care has fared for three years under the Social Union Framework Agreement. This article appeared in the Canadian Journal of Social Policy (2001) Issue 47, p 77-82.

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