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Are child care fees set to decline by 50% where you live?

May 10, 2022

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Read the report by David Macdonald and Martha Friendly at policyalternatives.ca/gamechanger

Projections are not included for British Columbia because several important values are unavailable right now, making estimates impossible. However, the following fee reductions are needed to achieve a 50% reduction: Richmond: $797, Vancouver: $538, Surrey: $500, Kelowna: $495, Burnaby: $465.

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