Aside from housing, one of the most prohibitive costs for Canadian families is the cost of childcare. The government has agreed to introduce an Early Learning and Child Care Act by the end of 2022 to ensuring that childcare agreements have long-term protected funding that prioritizes non-profit and public spaces so that high quality, affordable childcare opportunities will be available for families. I will pushing for the government to work with provinces and territories and implement a universal affordable childcare program so that all Canadian families can have access to quality, affordable childcare.

As a mother of two I firmly believe in the utmost importance of universal, affordable, and quality childcare. Every dollar invested in childcare is returned threefold to the economy. Not only is this investment good for the child and the family, it is good for our economy.

NEWS: CBC - How the Liberal-NDP agreement will work and what it  might mean for Canadians

NEWS: CBC - How the Liberal-NDP agreement will work and what it might mean for Canadians

The "supply-and-confidence" agreement struck between the governing Liberals and the opposition New Democrats could affect the kind of legislation Canadians can expect to see pass through Parliament between now and 2025.

According to the deal, those key policy areas are climate change, health care spending, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, economic growth and efforts to make life more affordable.

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