S-4.1.1, r. 2 - Educational Childcare Regulation

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10. A permit applicant must send an application in writing to the Minister together with the following information and documents, as applicable:
(1)  the applicant’s name and address;
(2)  the name and address of the childcare centre or day care centre;
(3)  a certified true copy of its incorporating act;
(4)  a copy of the registration declaration or initial declaration entered in the enterprise register under the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1) and of any declaration amending the declaration;
(5)  a certified true copy of the resolution authorizing the application;
(6)  the name and address of the residence of each member of the board of directors and each shareholder and, where applicable, their position as an officer of the legal person;
(7)  for the applicant or for each director or shareholder, consent to an investigation of the information needed to verify the existence of an impediment along with the attestation establishing that no impediment exists or the attestation of information that may establish an impediment, current to the date of the application;
(8)  the name and the address of the residence of each related person who is a permit holder;
(9)  the name and address of each facility where the children will receive childcare;
(10)  for each facility,
(a)  the age classes and maximum number of children to be accommodated in each class;
(b)  a copy of a duly registered title of ownership, a lease whose term is at least 5 years, or an authorization to occupy the premises without charge for at least 5 years, including the outdoor play space;
(c)  a plan of the layout of the premises signed and sealed by an architect; and
(d)  a true plan, to scale, of the outdoor play space referred to in section 39 together with a site plan for the play space showing its location in relation to the facility;
(11)  proof that the childcare staff meets the qualification requirements referred to in sections 20 and 22;
(12)  the educational program that will be applied, including the activities to achieve the objectives set out in section 5 of the Act;
(13)  the operating hours of the childcare centre or day care centre;
(14)  the general orientations and the policies governing the admission and expelling of children that will be applied;
(15)  the typical schedule of the activities to implement the educational program, including all outings and the meal and snack times;
(16)  the applicant’s procedure for processing complaints; and
(17)  where applicable, mention that the applicant already holds a permit issued under the Act or the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1).
O.C. 582-2006, s. 10; S.Q. 2010, c. 39, s. 26; O.C. 1314-2013, s. 6.
10. A permit applicant must send an application in writing to the Minister together with the following information and documents, as applicable:
(1)  the applicant’s name and address;
(2)  the name and address of the childcare centre or day care centre;
(3)  the name and address of each facility where the children will receive childcare;
(4)  for each facility,
(a)  the age classes and maximum number of children to be accommodated in each class;
(b)  a copy of a duly registered title of ownership, a lease whose term is at least five years, or an authorization to occupy the premises without charge for at least five years, including the outdoor play space;
(c)  a plan of the layout of the premises signed and sealed by an architect; and
(d)  a true plan, to scale, of the outdoor play space referred to in section 39 together with a site plan for the play space showing its location in relation to the facility;
(5)  proof that the childcare staff meets the qualification requirements referred to in sections 20 and 22;
(6)  the educational program that the applicant proposes to apply, including the activities to achieve the objectives set out in section 5 of the Act;
(7)  the operating hours of the childcare centre or day care centre;
(8)  the general orientations and the policies governing the admission and expelling of children;
(9)  the typical schedule of the activities to implement the educational program, including all outings and the meal and snack times;
(10)  the applicant’s procedure for processing complaints;
(11)  for the applicant or for each director or shareholder, the attestation establishing that no impediment exists or the attestation of information that may establish an impediment, current to the date of the application; and
(12)  where applicable, mention that the applicant already holds a permit issued under the Act or the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1).
O.C. 582-2006, s. 10; S.Q. 2010, c. 39, s. 26.