Le plan de relance fédéral de l’économie doit comprendre des mesures visant à mettre en œuvre des services de garde publics universels pour que les gens puissent retourner au travail, réformer l’assurance-emploi, renforcer les garanties de santé publique, décarboner l’économie et lutter contre les inégalités entre les sexes, la race et les revenus que COVID-19 a davantage exposés.
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The Alternative Federal Budget (AFB) Recovery Plan is an offshoot of the Alternative Federal Budget project, now in its 25th year. This project is a collaboration among organizations and researchers from a variety of sectors, populations, and areas of expertise including human rights, labour, environmental protection, anti-poverty, arts and culture, social development, child development, international development, women, Indigenous peoples, the faith-based community, students, teachers, education, and health care workers.
Together, they have created the AFB Recovery Plan recognizing that the federal government’s role as backstop during the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t end with the first wave of reopening—Canada needs to step up with more investments to ensure a just, equitable and sustainable recovery.
Among the key issues in the AFB Recovery Plan requiring immediate action: implement universal public child care so people can get back to work, reform employment insurance, strengthen safeguards for public health, decarbonize the economy, and tackle the gender, racial, and income inequality that COVID-19 has further exposed.