Private commodity or public good?

Early childhood education and care

British Columbia

Number of regulated centre-based spaces by sector (2007)

Non-profit

Information not available

For-profit

Information not available

Is funding available to non-profit and for-profit?

Subsidies

Non-profit and for-profit

Recurring

Non-profit and for-profit

Major or minor capital

Non-profit and for-profit


Longitudinal information about the proportion of non-profiit/for-profit child care
in British Columbia.

 


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