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Childcare Workers face serious challenges

Childcare workers across the province say we're not putting our money where our mouth is when we say: "Children are our future". A group of childcare experts recently came together to highlight some of the serious challenges that still exist years after they were raised. Kathleen Couture is the chair of the Nova Scotia Childcare Association. She's also the director of a local non-profit childcare centre in Spryfield

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