Ontario NDP child-care plan light on detail

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TORONTO — Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath wouldn’t provide details Wednesday of what families earning more than $40,000 would pay for child care under her plan for the province. The NDP is proposing to fully subsidize public, licensed, not-for-profit child care for those lower-income earners if elected next month. Households earning more than $40,000 would […]

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