S-4.1.1 - Educational Childcare Act

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52. A natural person who is an own-account self-employed worker who contracts with parents to provide childcare in a private residence, in return for payment,
(1)  to up to six children of whom not more than two are under the age of 18 months, or
(2)  to up to six children of whom not more than four are under the age of 18 months, if the person is assisted by another adult,
may be recognized as a home childcare provider by a coordinating office, according to the terms and conditions determined by regulation.
2005, c. 47, s. 52; 2009, c. 36, s. 83; 2021, c. 152021, c. 15, s. 98.
52. A natural person who is an own-account self-employed worker who contracts with parents to provide childcare in a private residence, in return for payment,
(1)  to up to six children of whom not more than two are under the age of 18 months, including the person’s own children under nine years of age and any other children under nine who ordinarily live with the person and are present while the childcare is provided, or
(2)  if the person is assisted by another adult, to up to six children of whom not more than four are under the age of 18 months, including their own children under nine years of age and any other children under nine who ordinarily live with them and are present while the childcare is provided,
may be recognized as a home childcare provider by a coordinating office, according to the terms and conditions determined by regulation.
2005, c. 47, s. 52; 2009, c. 36, s. 83.
52. A natural person who, in return for payment, provides childcare in a private residence
(1)  to up to six children of whom not more than two are under the age of eighteen months, including the person’s own children under nine years of age and any other children under nine who ordinarily live with the person and are present while the childcare is provided, or
(2)  if the person is assisted by another adult, to up to six children of whom not more than four are under the age of eighteen months, including their own children under nine years of age and any other children under nine who ordinarily live with them and are present while the childcare is provided,
may be recognized as a home childcare provider by a coordinating office, according to the terms and conditions determined by regulation.
2005, c. 47, s. 52.