Quebec AM | Nov 20, 2012 | 7:44

Daycare providers in remote areas not satisfied with government criteria

According to the current Marois government, all families will have a subsidized daycare spot by 2016. But daycare providers in remote areas are not satisfied. Michelle Letemplier of a Blanc Sablon childhood center will let us know what's wrong with the current criteria the governement is using.

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