With a federal budget expected in February, 90% of Canadians say they strongly agree (51%) or agree (39%) with the statement "Canada should have a nationally-co-ordinated child care plan." And 86% strongly agree (32%) or agree (54%) that "There can be a publicly funded child care system that makes quality child care available to all Canadian children."
These are some of the initial findings of a poll released by the Canadian Child Care Federation (CCCF) and the Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada (CCAAC). The poll of 1,200 Canadians was conducted by Millward Brown Goldfarb.
Child care in Canada: What does the public want?