Parents, trapped: Lack of child care could undermine economic recovery and hurt women, but the solution is expensive

Posted on July 12, 2020 in Policy Context

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July 11, 2020.  Patrick Brethour, Tax And Fiscal Policy Reporter, Caroline Alphonso, Education Reporter, Dave McGinn

Across the country, shortages of space and staff at child care facilities will leave many pupils behind; parents, especially women, who can’t work from home will have to choose between taking care of their jobs and their families. Here’s what that could mean for the labour force


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