There is a child-care crisis for parents across the country. Parents are on edge trying to find quality child-care spots. It takes months to secure a place because of the inefficient management of wait lists. And some people want to limit support only to non-profit and public agency child care?
Co-founder of CubbySpot, a tech company dedicated to helping parents find quality child care.
Regnard Raquedan is a co-founder at <a href="http://www.cubbyspot.com" rel="nofollow">CubbySpot</a>, a Toronto-based tech company dedicated to helping parents find quality child care. <br> <br> He has spoken at various design conferences globally and blogs at <a href="http://regnardraquedan.com" rel="nofollow">http://regnardraquedan.com</a>. When not involved with CubbySpot in one shape or form, Regnard enjoys traveling, movies, and improv.
As a parent in Toronto, I honestly find it a welcome development that the Ontario government is committing $200 million to create child-care spaces in its budget. Really refreshing. But it's hardly a solution to the child-care crisis that has given parents of young children additional sleepless nights.
05/10/2017 01:36 EDT
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