"Andrea Mrozek, executive director of the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada, told LifeSiteNews the two plans offer a clear ideological contrast.
'They both are designed to appeal to parents but they reflect the different worldviews of their supporters,' said Mrozek. While the NDP would create a bigger state-run institution, the Conservatives would pay the money to parents to spend any way they want.
Mrozek said 'the Left' believes big institutions like a state-run day care system is best for all. But, she said, research shows that daycares are not good things for pre-school children.
'A two-year-old is not a seven-year-old. The research shows a two-year-old does not benefit much from socialization with other children. The child at that age needs to attach to one adult, to learn to trust that adult.' Without this kind of bond, she added, 'a person doesn’t grow up and mature properly.'
While Mulcair is boasting that his plan is based on the Quebec model, Mrozek said, 'the studies done on Quebec’s day care system show that it does not prepare children for school.'”
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