October 21, 2015 10:55 am
Updated: October 21, 2015 4:12 pm

Parents urged to speak out about child care in N.B.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Richard Buchan
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FREDERICTON – New Brunswick parents are being invited to complete an online survey on child care in the province, as part of public consultations being conducted by a task force on the issue.

The task force has been meeting with child-care operators and educators throughout the province.

Its mandate is to find a way to create the right conditions for child care and to suggest ways to address the challenges parents face in obtaining access to high-quality and affordable child-care services.

The survey, which is available online until November 2, will give parents and guardians a chance to speak out about what kind of child care they are looking for, what they have found, what works and what doesn’t work in the current system.

Here’s a link to the survey.

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