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Canadian mines `big-box' daycare, by Laurie Monsebraaten, The Toronto Star, 5-Feb-05 Meet Eddy Groves.
The 38-year-old Canadian citizen who drives a Ferrari* and owns the Brisbane Bullets basketball team is one of Australia's richest people under 40.
He made his fortune in day-care.
Groves was spurred on by the Australian government's decision in 1991 to invest heavily in child care and give commercial operators access to public cash.
...He controls about 20 per cent of Australia's 4,400 child-care centres. His private fortune is reportedly worth $175 million and his publicly traded company is valued at about $1.2 billion.
...Each of his centres, which sport a cuddly mauve teddy bear with outstretched arms, makes an annual profit of about $100,000. Almost half of his revenue comes from government child-care benefits, paid to parents or directly to centres to help cover the cost of care.
...And with the Australian government pumping $1.7 billion a year into child-care benefits and corporate daycare profits the diaper dividends Down Under aren't expected to dry up anytime soon.
*Ferrari = an expensive Italian sports car
Category = Economics, Politics
Kids' most important teachers:  Parents
by Jana Fortner, Syndicated Columnist
Lexington Herald Leader, 8-Feb-05
In today's fast-paced culture, the parent-child relationship is being sacrificed.  Most children spend eight hours or more in the company of teachers, daycare providers and other children.  However well-intentioned and committed teachers and day-care workers are, they cannot love a child the way his parents can.  There are lessons your child needs to learn from someone who loves him unconditionally.
Category = Development, Quality
Politics of national daycare
by John Derringer, Toronto Sun, 18-Feb-06
The five-year, $5 billion (national daycare program) plan will make life a lot easier for the millions of Canadians who need daycare for their children, but it will do nothing to help those who choose instead to raise their toddlers at home.
...Like most Canadians, I'm willing to see my tax dollars support families who truly need it. In other words, paying for the daycare of a family that's pulling in a collective $35,000 is not a problem. Paying for the daycare of a family making $1,000,000 a year is a different story indeed.
However, there are no such divisions in the Liberal legislation. You want daycare, you'll get it, regardless of income.
Category = Politics
Politics of national daycare
by John Derringer, Toronto Sun, 18-Feb-06
We punish stay-at-home moms in many ways:
...claims that day-care is actually better for kids than being at home with mom, and maybe most importantly, financial incentives to leave your kids with someone other than a parent.
Category = Politics
Our children deserve better
by Janet L. Jackson, Calgary Sun, 2-Mar-05
 
For the first time in memory, our laws are no longer based on the needs of children but on the wants of adults. Socialized day care is an example of this.
Social-liberals are determined to socially experiment on Canada, even if their ideas didn't work elsewhere. Norway experimented with national day care but rejected it because it takes away parental choice and Norway also couldn't afford the price tag.
Category =  Politics
Our children deserve better
by Janet L. Jackson, Calgary Sun, 2-Mar-05
 
Have you noticed how "child-care advocates" never refer to "day cares" or "day homes?" Because, in...daycare-lobby-speak, what will be provided is "early learning care centres."
Category = Politics
Our children deserve better
by Janet L. Jackson, Calgary Sun, 2-Mar-05
The monkeys have it figured out better than the (daycare advocates). In nature, primate mothers dedicate four to five years of time to their newborns, teaching complicated skills necessary in a social hierarchy.
Our children deserve better
by Janet L. Jackson, Calgary Sun, 2-Mar-05
...rather than looking at tax credits for parents or lessening the tax burden in a significant way, the (Government) chose to pander to the socialized day care special interest...
Category =  Politics
Our children deserve better
by Janet L. Jackson, Calgary Sun, 2-Mar-05
Children deserve better than national day care.
Category =  Politics

 

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