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@9WSJVNFConservativefrom Alberta  answered…4mos

Do a tax credit or a payment instead because rural families can’t access the daycares

@9NB4BL3Communistfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

More funding should be provided for families to be able to have a parent stay home with their own children

@9Z2ZD8ZCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

This would be cheaper if it were not nationalized as long as no monopolies in the market form

@9XR2797Christian Heritagefrom Ontario  answered…3mos

No!! The money has to come from Stupid questions

@9WW3Q68Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

@9WMH75PPeople’s Partyfrom British Columbia  answered…4mos

@9WL4W6FCommunistfrom British Columbia  answered…4mos

It should be provided but only for both working parents or single parents. Stay at home parents shouldn’t be provided with national daycare.

@9WL44LTRhinocerosfrom Quebec  answered…4mos

It should be based on income and for workers only. No daycare should be possible for stay at home parents or welfare citizens. Or give access to these two groups but without subsidies.

@9WFHSLVConservativefrom Alberta  answered…5mos

@9WBB6BKNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

@9W7LW8TConservativefrom Manitoba  answered…5mos

Yes as long as this does not mean less funding for day cares to make up for the parents reduced cost

@9W69NSKPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Funding should be provided directly to low income or single parent families to allow for their choice in daycare.

@9W3Y4V4Rhinocerosfrom Quebec  answered…5mos

again, increase the cost of living and this scenario wouldn't be necessary

@9VZXDR9New Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…5mos

@9VZRHTDPeople’s Partyfrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

Only if its funded equally per person receiving. Quebec cannot reap the main benefits.

@SteeviemacGreenfrom British Columbia  answered…5mos

Yes, but organized through the provinces with funding transfers from the federal government.

@9VY444FCommunistfrom Ontario  answered…5mos

Yes, in addition to policies that allow families to truly choose if they want to return to work or stay at home to raise their children for a few years

@9VRF6QSNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…6mos

Yes, but similar to the educational system, there should be private and public daycares in which there is free childcare, but higher quality establishments for families who will pay for higher standards.

@9VPKYKLConservativefrom Alberta  answered…6mos

@9VKRZCCBloc Québécoisfrom British Columbia  answered…7mos

No, rather provide free contraception and policies to promote having fewer children

 @jamiefletcher.caNew Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…7mos

@9V77PLBRhinocerosfrom Ontario  answered…8mos

@9WQJJJKRhinocerosfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

@9WK3W8WRhinocerosfrom Ontario  answered…4mos

Yes, but only for low income families that have a low income due to no fault of their own

@9WJMRGCNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…4mos

I don't have children but it seems important to a lot of families. I think this is just a band aid. We need to strike a balance between earning potential and cost of living so families don't require a lot of unaffordable day care and can spend more time with their loved ones.

@9WJ2F4JConservativefrom Alberta  answered…4mos

@9WHVWC5People’s Partyfrom Saskatchewan  answered…4mos

@9TJF7FGLiberalfrom Alberta  answered…9mos

All daycares should be either municipally-funded or privately-funded

@EmmaTLiberalfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but it should be mandatory that children are vaccinated to be able to be part of the program

@9QKNHZNLibertarianfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Let each province decided, but my personal stance is no, we should focus on reducing spending, debt and deficit, but if we are going to support this than it should be for those who really need it only!

@9QDSMLWRhinocerosfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Families should be able to rely on daycare policies wether if there low income families or single parents. It doesn't matter who they are parents should have equal polices in daycare

@9Q5KSX9Liberalfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@9PXDR3CPeople’s Partyfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Why should I pay to raise your kids. We raise our own kids. If you can’t afford to have kids then dont

@9L39HNCGreenfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Yes but stop just creating childcare spaces and start creating a workforce that’s will stay. No point in opening childcare centres with no teachers or no qualified teachers available with low pay no recognition no pension

@9J9B2NCNew Democraticfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

Parents who want to stay home should be able to get funds instead of paying day cares.

@9HZMT52Christian Heritagefrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

We should be providing income supplements to parents who choose to stay home with their children instead of going to work. Kids need their parents!

@9HDHRQ8Libertarianfrom Nova Scotia  answered…1yr

No, we should not encourage parents to shove their kids onto other people.

@9GMGCTPConservativefrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but offer the funds to parents if they choose not to use the daycare system

@9FSP9Z2Communistfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

yes but with a lot of stipulations in regards to how the children are treated and i think it should be a federal system


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