Child care advocates, early childhood educators and families celebrate the signing of the Canada-Ontario Early Learning and Child Care funding agreement. It is the 13th and final jurisdiction to sign an agreement with the federal government. The agreement is for $13.2 billion over six years (equivalent to the dollars based on population in other provincial and territorial agreements) and commits to reduced fees to an average of $10/day in five years. Also, Ontario will expand child care programs by 86,000 spaces, including 15,000 spaces introduced since 2019. Existing and in development for-profit regulated child care programs are eligible for funding. The essential role of qualified educators is recognized but it is not clear how wages and working conditions will be addressed.