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Estimating the need for child care: The Canadian case
Gee, Ellen M., 1991
Canadian Journal of Statistics, 19(3), 249-265

An estimation of the years of employment for parents of children who require child care and the years of child care utilized by these children, under both hypothetical and real conditions, using data from the Canadian Family History Survey

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Estimation of met and unmet child-care needs in Canada based on the Family History Survey
Struthers, Cyntha A., 1991
Canadian Journal of Statistics, 19(3), 265-279

An estimation of the met and unmet child care needs of Canadian parents using data from the Family History Survey that detailed the number of years parents spent in the labor force and the number of years children participated in child care

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Estimation of the need for child care in Canada
Gentleman, Jane F., 1991
Canadian Journal of Statistics, 19(3), 242-249

A survey-based analysis of the met and unmet need for child care in Canada using data from the Family History Survey

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