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Trudeau government agrees to fund in the long term for French-speaking daycares in the country

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The bill has already been adopted by the Senate. On the side of the House of Commons, the Bloc Québécois has indicated that it intends to support this amendment; the NDP is also in favor. The Conservative Party has not yet made its intentions known. (Archive photo)

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The federal government has given its endorsement of a proposed amendment to Bill C-35, the Canada Early Learning and Child Care Act. As a result, he agrees to provide long-term funding for French-speaking daycares in the country.

In a press release issued Wednesday, the senator behind the proposed amendment, René Cormier, explains that this amendment consists of adding the words official language communities in a minority environment in the bill.

< p class="StyledBodyHtmlParagraph-sc-48221190-4 hnvfyV">Senator Cormier says he welcomes the support of the Liberal government with enthusiasm.

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René Cormier, senator from New Brunswick (Archive photo)

He reiterates that official language minority communities are not asking for a privilege with this amendment: they are simply asking that early learning and child care programs and services […] be funded in the long term to ensure the the future of their children.

Long-term financing of daycare centers in linguistic settings minority is essential to the development of communities.

A quote from René Cormier, independent senator

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