‘It’s time’ for Ontario to sign on to national child-care deal, says minister of families

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “‘It’s time’ for Ontario to sign on to national child-care deal, says minister of families” – below is their description.

‘Quite frankly, I don’t buy that it’s a program that the province of Ontario can’t afford, if eight other provinces and territories can do that. So I think it’s time to get this deal done’: Minister of Families Karina Gould on why Ontario should sign on to Ottawa’s child-care plan.

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