The federal government’s plan to implement universal $10 a day child care has generated a national debate about how to best support working families and care for children as Canada rebuilds from the pandemic. Is the plan introduced by Ottawa workable? What are the drawbacks, benefits, and costs associated with this approach? And are there better ways to support Canadians’ child care needs?
This live-streamed webinar examined this important topic with some of Canada’s leading policy thinkers.
- Aaron Wudrick, Director, Domestic Policy, Macdonald-Laurier Institute (moderator)
- Jack Mintz, MLI Distinguished Fellow
- Paige MacPherson, Independent policy analyst