Six-part series: Building a better daycare system in Canada

This past week the Globe and Mail featured a six-part series on building a better daycare system in Canada. The following articles examine just who is watching the kids, across the country and around the world.

Part 1: The procreative class: How cities can help on the child-care front

Part 2: Ottawa child’s drowning death illustrates the risks of unregulated child care

Part 3: Desperate parents forced into 'grey market' of unlicensed daycare

Part 4: What the world can teach Canada about building better daycare

Part 5: What might a national daycare program cost? (HELP researchers from the Generation Squeeze campaign contribute: Paul Kershaw and Lynell Anderson)

Part 6: Preschool is more than babysitting – it’s education

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