Tuesday, October 2, 2018


   “Asylum seekers file human rights complaint over lack of access to Quebec subsidized day care: Without access to advance tax credits, claimants say they’ll have to stay home to care for children.”
   The story is about a Haitian family who came to Canada and filed a refugee application in July 2017.
   For those who allegedly fled war and persecution, the idea that government subsidized day care is a “human right” seems absurd. But that is exactly what this family is arguing.
    “It’s a matter of human rights, it’s a matter of equal chances, equality for the children,” said the couple’s activist lawyer.

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