What does universal child-care mean for working women?

Oct 26, 2014

When it comes to child care, the Nordic example of universal support is touted so often that you’d be forgiven for developing a severe bout of Swedish-success-story fatigue.

But as Ontario reviews its child-care options in the wake of this week’s Ombudsman report — and as the country considers the NDP’s proposed national child-care policy — it’s worth reflecting on the impact on working mothers, who most often must choose between work and home.

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