Hefty fines will make cheating daycare owners think twice


While proposed legislative changes to give more power to daycare inspectors in the province are laudable, the changes don’t take away the fact power to shut down an unlicenced day care existed at the time of Eva Ravikovich’s death, says Toronto personal injury lawyer Patrick Brown

The Globe and Mail reports that the province will introduce new legislation that will give inspectors greater power to close unsafe daycare centres immediately and give substantial fines to caregivers who break the law.

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