Federal, B.C. governments reach deal on child-care funding

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  • CBC News published this video item, entitled “Federal, B.C. governments reach deal on child-care funding” – below is their description.

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the government has reached a deal with British Columbia on federal child-care funding. According to Trudeau, the agreement stipulates that Ottawa will work with the province to reach an average of $10-per-day child care in regulated spaces for children under six before 2027.

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