Our fees are billed on a monthly basis and are due at the beginning of each month. Regular fees apply for days absent for illness, vacation or other reason.
Families eligible for the new Affordable Child Care Benefit will be responsible for the difference between their monthly childcare fees and the monthly subsidy claim. Learn how to apply for this credit yourself online.
As of September 1st, 2020, please note our current fees in bold that include the parent fee reduction.
|5 days /wk||4 days /wk||3 days /wk||2 days /wk||1 day /wk||Drop-in|
|Infant Program||$1163 /mo||$935 /mo||$709 /mo||$476 /mo||$244 /mo||$61 /day|
|with government fee reduction||$813 /mo||$655 /mo||$499 /mo||$336 /mo||$60 /day|
|Toddler Program||$1102 /mo||$885 /mo||$671 /mo||$451 /mo||$232 /mo||$58 /day|
|with government fee reduction||$752 /mo||$605 /mo||$461 /mo||$311 /mo||$57 /day|
|Little Friends Program||$809 /mo||$652 /mo||$497 /mo||$335 /mo||$172 /mo||$43 /day|
|with government fee reduction||$709 /mo||$572 /mo||$437 /mo||$295 /mo||$42 /day|
The Today ‘N’ Tomorrow Learning Society’s (TNTLS) facilities: Teddies ‘N’ Toddlers Childcare Centre and
Little Friends Early Learning Centre respectfully, have been approved to opt in to the Child Care Fee
Reduction Initiative to reduce parent fees.
Parent fee reduction amounts that TNTLS will receive are prescribed by the Ministry of Children and
Family Development and are based on type of care. The amount(s) TNTLS will receive to reduce parent
fees for full-time care, per child, are listed below (part-time enrolments will receive a pro-rated
• $350/month – Group infant/toddler (under 36 months) care
• $100/month – Group childcare for 3 years to Kindergarten
Additionally, TNTLS was approved by the Ministry to implement the following fee increase(s) effective
September 1st, 2020:
• $813.00/month – Group infant program (under 24 months) care
• $752.00/month – Group toddler program (under 36 months) care
• $709.00/month – Group childcare for 3 years to Kindergarten
Fees above include the parent fee reduction initiative and are based on full-time enrollment (5