The $535-million pledged won’t cover all of the costs of the Liberals’ promised daycare reforms.
The federal Liberals promised cheaper fees and more spaces for before- and after-school childcare on the campaign trail last week, but only pledged enough money to cover part of the cost of making good on that promise. Photograph courtesy of Justin Trudeau's Twitter account
The federal Liberals are planning to press the provinces and territories to help them make good on their election promise to slash daycare fees and create 250,000 new spaces.
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