City Council considering ending rent control agreement for city-run childcare facilities

The Globe and Mail

The Director of the Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care, Andrea Calver told The Globe and Mail taking the lid off rental agreements will have a ripple effect and is calling on council to leave the rent controls in place.

The cost of child care could become an issue in Toronto's municipal election this fall. City Council is considering ending a three-year-old rent control agreement for city-run childcare facilities.

The budget proposal would save Toronto $3.2-million, but parents could pay an extra $2 a day.

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