Political Action – Childcare

The Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care is conducting a survey. The results of the survey will be used to produce a report on the state of child care in Ontario. We may quote you, but we will not use your name, just your city. There are a total of 25 questions. The survey should take 5 minutes.The survey can be taken online at:


The IAMAW has been an affiliate of the OCBCC for some time and we have been actively involved in trying to ensure that child care is affordable.

Are you a parent?
The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers and the OCBCC wants to hear about your experiences with child care in Ontario.

Licensed child care in Ontario costs upward of $40-$60 per day, per child. There are only licensed spaces for 1 in 5 of Ontario’s children. In many municipalities, subsidy wait lists are incredibly long.

It doesn’t have to be this way.  Be part of a movement of parents.  Decision makers need to hear your stories about child care in Ontario

Get Involved
Take the survey online at:

This parent survey is being conducted by the Canadian Federation of Students and the Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care.

For more information, contact at 1-800-594-7514, or info@childcareontario.org