S-4.1.1 - Educational Childcare Act

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86. A subsidized childcare provider may not request or receive, directly or indirectly,
(1)  any contribution from a parent who has been exempted from paying it; or
(2)  any extra contribution or fees other than those determined under sections 82 and 92 for the services that are prescribed by regulation or provided for in a subsidy agreement.
Nor may a subsidized childcare provider request or receive, directly or indirectly, any administration, registration or management fees with respect to subsidized services, or any fees for putting a person on a waiting list to obtain a subsidized childcare space.
Moreover, a subsidized childcare provider may not make a child’s admission subject to the payment by the parent of a higher contribution than that set by regulation or of any amount in addition to the set contribution. Nor may a subsidized childcare provider refuse to admit a child because the parent refuses to pay such a contribution or amount.
Except to the extent provided by regulation, a subsidized childcare provider may not tolerate or permit a situation in which a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space is given additional goods or services for which any form of service or contribution is to be required directly or indirectly from the parent.
2005, c. 47, s. 86; 2009, c. 36, s. 93; 2015, c. 8, s. 167; 2020, c. 52020, c. 5, s. 4.
86. A subsidized childcare provider may not request or receive, directly or indirectly,
(1)  any basic contribution from a parent who has been exempted from paying it; or
(2)  any extra contribution or fees other than the basic contribution or those provided for in the childcare agreement referred to in the second paragraph of section 92.
Nor may a subsidized childcare provider request or receive, directly or indirectly, any administration, registration or management fees with respect to subsidized services, or any fees for putting a person on a waiting list to obtain a subsidized childcare space.
Moreover, a subsidized childcare provider may not make a child’s admission subject to the payment by the parent of a higher contribution than that set by regulation or of any amount in addition to the set contribution. Nor may a subsidized childcare provider refuse to admit a child because the parent refuses to pay such a contribution or amount.
Except to the extent provided by regulation, a subsidized childcare provider may not tolerate or permit a situation in which a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space is given additional goods or services for which any form of service or contribution is to be required directly or indirectly from the parent.
2005, c. 47, s. 86; 2009, c. 36, s. 93; 2015, c. 8, s. 167.
86. A subsidized childcare provider may not request or receive, directly or indirectly,
(1)  any contribution from a parent who has been exempted from paying it; or
(2)  for services prescribed by regulation or provided for in a subsidy agreement, any contribution or additional fees other than those set under section 82 or 92.
Nor may a subsidized childcare provider request or receive, directly or indirectly, any administration, registration or management fees with respect to subsidized services, or any fees for putting a person on a waiting list to obtain a subsidized childcare space.
Moreover, a subsidized childcare provider may not make a child’s admission subject to the payment by the parent of a higher contribution than that set by regulation or of any amount in addition to the set contribution. Nor may a subsidized childcare provider refuse to admit a child because the parent refuses to pay such a contribution or amount.
Except to the extent provided by regulation, a subsidized childcare provider may not tolerate or permit a situation in which a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space is given additional goods or services for which any form of service or contribution is to be required directly or indirectly from the parent.
2005, c. 47, s. 86; 2009, c. 36, s. 93.
86. A subsidized childcare provider may not demand payment of a contribution from a parent who has been exempted, or demand payment of a contribution other than that set by regulation for the services concerned. In addition, a subsidized childcare provider may not charge administration, registration or management fees for the services provided, or charge a fee for entering a person on a waiting list for a subsidized childcare space.
A subsidized childcare provider may not make a child’s admission subject to a parent’s undertaking to pay a contribution exceeding that set by regulation for the services concerned or to pay fees referred to in the first paragraph. In addition, a subsidized childcare provider may not refuse to provide childcare to a child because his or her parents refuse to pay such a contribution or such fees.
2005, c. 47, s. 86.