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Child care in Canada: What does the public want?

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Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada / Canadian Child Care Federation. Poll conducted by Millward Brown Goldfarb
Press release
Publication Date: 
27 Jan 2003


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.