Lack of child care could keep some Sask. parents home during reopening plan

'Parents are not going to be able to participate in that reopening in the same way': expert

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As reactions pour in after the Saskatchewan government announced its five-phase plan for re-opening the economy, one aspect that has some people worried is child care. 
Child care is part of Phase 3 of the province's plan, but plenty of businesses — clothing stores, sporting good stores and hairdressers, to name a few — are set to open in Phase 2.
Jennifer Robson, associate professor of political management at Carleton University, said the child-care barrier is a big one and could have long-standing effects on household stability.