S-4.1.1 - Educational Childcare Act

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92. The Minister may, according to the conditions the Minister determines, enter into a subsidy agreement with a permit applicant or childcare provider.
In such a subsidy agreement, the Minister may determine the form, content, required elements and any other mandatory clause of a childcare agreement between the childcare provider and the parent of a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space, and may also determine the terms of renewal of such an agreement. However, the childcare agreement may not, when intended for a home childcare provider, contravene the provisions of a group agreement under the Act respecting the representation of certain home childcare providers and the negotiation process for their group agreements (chapter R-24.0.1).
The Minister may also determine terms for the provision of services and the amount of any fee or any other extra contribution that may be requested or received by a subsidized childcare provider for certain specific goods and services exempted by regulation or for any additional childcare services provided to a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space.
2005, c. 47, s. 92; 2009, c. 36, s. 94; 2015, c. 8, s. 172.
92. The Minister may, according to the conditions the Minister determines, enter into a subsidy agreement with a permit applicant or childcare provider.
In such a subsidy agreement, the Minister may determine the form, content, required elements and any other mandatory clause of a childcare agreement between the childcare provider and the parent of a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space, and may also determine the terms of renewal of such an agreement. However, the childcare agreement may not, when intended for a home childcare provider, contravene the provisions of a group agreement under the Act respecting the representation of certain home childcare providers and the negotiation process for their group agreements (chapter R-24.0.1).
The Minister may also determine terms for the provision of services and the amount of any fee or any other additional contribution that may be requested or received by a subsidized childcare provider for certain specific goods and services exempted by regulation or for any additional childcare services provided to a child who occupies a subsidized childcare space.
2005, c. 47, s. 92; 2009, c. 36, s. 94.
92. The Minister may, according to the conditions the Minister determines, enter into a subsidy agreement with a permit applicant or childcare provider.
2005, c. 47, s. 92.