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The results of a poll released today by the CCAAC show that Canadians are rejecting Stephen Harper’s plan to distribute a $1,200 child allowance to parents with children under six years of age.

The Environics poll asked more than 2,000 Canadians their views on child care and the response was clear – 76% of Canadians support a national affordable child care strategy such as the 2004 federal-provincial agreement that was cancelled by the Conservative government.

For a copy of the final report and the press release visit the CCAAC’s website at: http://action.web.ca/home/ccaac/alerts.shtml?x=89810.