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OneList Bruce County is an online child care application system that simplifies the process of finding and applying for child care.

Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care agreement

On March 28, 2022 the Province of Ontario announced that an agreement had been reached with the federal government to support Canada-Wide Early Learning and Child Care program (CWELCC). The investment of $13.2 billion dollars will lower child care costs and increase access to quality licensed child care over the next three years. In Ontario the CWELCC program will be taking a phased-in approach based on five pillars: improved affordability, improved access, sustaining high-quality service, inclusion and enhanced data and reporting.

Existing licensed child care programs will have the option to opt-in or opt-out of the CWELCC program and will have until September 1, 2022 to make this decision. As part of the phased-in approach, families will see an initial fee reduction of up to 25% (to a minimum of $12.00/day) retroactive to April 1, 2022. A further reduction will reduce average child care fees by 50% by the end of December, 2022. Additional reductions will take place in September 2024 and September 2025, bringing the provincial daily average cost for licensed child care to $10.00 per day.

We are committed to keeping the community, families and partners updated and information will be shared as soon as more information is available.   

For current information on the Canada-Wide Early Learning Child Care agreement visit


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