QUEEN’S PARK — Ontario NDP Child Care critic Bhutila Karpoche said it’s wrong that the Ford government has left signing a $10 per day child care deal to the eleventh hour, leaving Ontario parents to keep shelling out hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month while they wait.
QUEEN'S PARK — NDP Child Care critic Bhutila Karpoche released this statement following news that New Brunswick has signed a $10-a-day child care deal with Ottawa, leaving Ontario as the only province that’s hasn’t signed on to $10-a-day child care:
QUEEN’S PARK – NDP MPP Bhutila Karpoche re-tabled her bill on Thursday to cap growing wait times for children and youth mental health and addictions services in the face of increased mental health challenges seen throughout the pandemic:
QUEEN’S PARK — Bhutila Karpoche, MPP for Parkdale—High Park, will table her private member’s bill Monday calling for Ontario to establish a study on the four-day work week.
QUEEN’S PARK — Official Opposition NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and Early Learning and Childcare critic Bhutila Karpoche are calling on the Doug Ford government to stop holding up a $10-a-day child care deal with Ottawa as Alberta signs its deal, leaving only Ontario and New Brunswick among the provinces. Horwath and Karpoche released the following statement:
TORONTO — NDP Housing critic Jessica Bell (University-Rosedale) and Parkdale-High Park MPP Bhutila Karpoche are introducing legislation to crack down on fraud in Ontario's housing market — one of many measures needed to rein in skyrocketing home prices.
QUEEN'S PARK — Ontario NDP Child Care critic Bhutila Karpoche released the following statement on Child Care Worker and Early Childhood Educator Appreciation Day:
TORONTO — NDP MPPs Bhutila Karpoche (Parkdale-High Park), Jessica Bell (University-Rosedale), Joel Harden (Ottawa Centre) and Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre) have introduced a bill to stabilize rents and crack down on renovictions.