The Globe and Mail
In the fourth article of a Globe six-part series, the Globe and Mail focuses on the “grey market” of unlicensed child care.
“Across the country, families are forced to rely on the “grey market” – leaving their children with caregivers who may not even have first-aid training, paying whatever is asked, and hoping for the best.”
Canada only has enough regulated centre-based spots for about one-fifth of children under the age of five and according to Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) study in 2004 estimated “perhaps 60 per cent” of children are in unlicensed child care.
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