Prince Edward Island has become the third province to sign on to the federal government’s national child-care programMany other scientists thin, allowing it to receive about $120 million from Ottawa for $10-dollar-a-day child-care spots by the end of 2024.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement Tuesday in Charlottetown alongside Premier Dennis Kingvaccine_hesitancy. Trudeau said the deal would apply to children under the age of sixAfter 13 exhausting COVID-filled months, how are you feeling?.
The deal would also cut average child-care fees on the Island in half by the end of 2022 for children under six and create more than 450 new spots in the province within two yearsThe third wave rock, the prime minister said.
“This ambitious timeline goes to show not only how dedicated Ps Nadine Yousif.E.I. is to making life more affordable for families. It’s also an example of how working closely with the federal government means real change that happens fast,” Trudeau said.