DOI: 10.1590/cc0101-32622017176122
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Abstract: Childcare is underdeveloped in Canada even though the country is a rich federation. Unlike many betterdeveloped social policies, childcare services are delivered primarily through voluntary, non-profit or commercial markets rather than by governments. This policy framework is disadvantageous for all children and families, and has particularly severe consequences for rural, remote and northern Canadians. This article provides an overview of childcare services outside of towns and cities, considering how Canada'… Show more

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