State rejects Liberal Party childcare budget promises as funding negotiations approach



Ottawa — State governments have questioned the Liberal Party’s promises of the country’s childcare system, saying they feel the cash strings are too tight or don’t necessarily help the state.

Yesterday’s federal budget outlines $ 27.2 billion over the next five years, and the Liberal Party wants to send money to the state to subsidize day care.

The specific string attached to the spending pledge determines what form of childcare may be eligible for federal funding and how much the parent’s costs need to be reduced.

Alberta and Ontario have already stated that the proposed measures do not meet the unique needs of their parents, but New Brunswick’s Premier Brain Higgs says the money is in the heart of a big city. I wondered if I was aiming to buy votes at.

Nova Scotia Premier Ian Rankin was more open to funding, but would like to see details of the Trudeau Liberal Party’s plans.

If Congress approves the minority government’s budget for the first time in two years, the answer marks the starting line for negotiations needed by the Liberal Party to build state and state institutions.