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Public spending on child care will benefit the economy and help give women economic security

 On October 20, 2017, Morna Ballantyne, Executive Director of the Child Care Advocacy Association of Canada presented to the House of Commons Finance Committee during its pre-budget consultations in advance of the 2018 federal budget.

At the Toronto meeting, Ballantyne focused on how the Canadian economy can be more productive and competitive through two measures: a significant increase in the child care federal spending already allocated in the previous federal budget and through an expanded and more robust federal child care policy framework.

Click here to see CCAAC’s full statement.