We need to build a care economy that recognizes care as a fundamental component of our basic social infrastructure.
Health care is rightly taking center stage during this pandemic election and much is at stake.
COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care homes were preventable and devastating; 25 immigrant women health care aides in Calgary recommend solutions to prevent similar outbreaks in future and better protect and remunerate workers.
Both Prime Minister Trudeau and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland reiterated their commitment to lay the groundwork for a Canada-wide system of child care at the Liberal Policy Convention this past weekend.
Can we dare to hope?
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