Already exorbitant childcare fees are rising still: Where is the breaking point?
The Globe and Mail
Child-care costs have been dictating the decisions in Erin Filby’s life for years – stalling her career, delaying a second child, even limiting what goes in her grocery cart. When her son, Teddy, was born, she had to quit her job at as a financial researcher with a consulting company because she couldn’t find part-time care, and the full-time fees would have soaked up about two-thirds of her salary. “I would have been working to pay for daycare,” the Toronto mom says.