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Monday, 22nd May 2006

Working for Working Parents. The Evolution of Maternity and Parental Benefits in Canada

Canada--Working Parents--Benefits
Source: Institute for Research on Public Policy (Canada)
Working for Working Parents. The Evolution of Maternity and Parental Benefits in Canada (PDF; 220 KB)
From press release (PDF; 48 KB): "Since before the 2006 federal election, a spirited debate on early childhood development has taken place across Canada. How much time parents can take off from work at the birth of a child and how they are supported while on leave are important aspects of this issue. In light of this, the IRPP is today releasing a study entitled “Working for Working Parents,” by Shelley Phipps (Dalhousie University). The study traces the evolution of maternity and parental benefits, examines their effectiveness and outlines ways to improve the program."


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