The Ontario government has signed a child-care deal with the federal government, a move that will see child-care fees cut in half by the end of the year and rebates retroactive to April 1 handed out to parents in Mayseomodifieddate.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Doug Ford formally announced the details of the agreement at a news conference in Brampton on Monday morning.
In a news release, the provincial government said the deal would result in an average of $10 a day for child care by September 2025noting tha.
Ontario is the last province to ink a deal with Ottawa as part of Trudeau’s $30 billion national child-care program. Their agreement is valued at $13.2 billion over six years, unlike the five-year deal agreed to by every other province and territoryMeanwhile.
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