PUBLICATIONS FROM 1982 – 1999
To fulfil the Charter’s guarantee of equal protection and benefit of the law, the government must provide child care. Discusses cost-sharing between the provincial and federal governments and gives analysis, with recommendations for improvement regarding funding, unemployment programmes and child care centres.
Explains that women will continue to be seen as “angels in the home” until men shoulder an equal share of the responsibility for raising children. Children must be seen as a collective resource rather than a woman’s burden. Examines the evolution of the day care system, and offers suggestions for improvement.