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School daycares face rent hike – Parent fees could rise by $4 per day

Laurie Monsebraaten Social Justice Reporter

Toronto parents Sarah Fittings and Mykola Jemetz struggle to pay annual daycare fees of more than $30,000 for their 5-year-old daughter and 3-year-old twin boys.  So a city budget proposal that advocates say would add as much as $80 per child per month for parents in Toronto’s 373 school-based child care centres is a shock!  … for more

Posted in Child Care in the News, Winter Update 2010.

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  1. Jennifer Lewis says

    The movement to schools as community hubs not only makes sense but is necessary in this fast paced society we live in. raising rental fees for child cares does not make sense. Let’s encourage the province to change the funding formula to make it more realistic instead.
    thanks



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