The Toronto Star
“We will look at a number of ways of improving affordability and (determine) which ones are the most cost-effective, which ones have the biggest impact on affordability, etc.,” Cleveland said in an interview.
“With the dollars available, what’s the best way to spend them to meet the province’s objective, which is to dramatically improve child-care affordability across the province?” he added.
Child-care advocates welcomed the appointment.
“I’m delighted Gord Cleveland will be spearheading the Ontario government’s commitment to make child care affordable,” said Martha Friendly of the Child Care Resource and Research Unit.