Impact of Quebec's universal low-fee childcare program on female labour force participation, domestic income, and government budgets
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||An examination of trends in child care services and female labor force participation in Quebec and Canada, a review of research on the relationship of Quebec's universal, low-fee child care program to maternal employment, and an estimation of the influence of the program on provincial gross domestic product and government finances
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