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Renseignements en Français

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Child Care and Family

Childcare

Childcare, preschool and playschool programs are available for children who are too young to go to school. You choose whether or not you want to send your children to them. In Saskatchewan, like the rest of the country, children may stay with relatives or friends or attend child care programming (commonly called day care) when their parents work.

Saskatchewan has both licensed and unlicensed child care.

Learn about early learning and childcare programs in Saskatchewan, and find a licensed child care provider near you.

Activities for Families

There are many opportunities for family activities in Saskatchewan. These include:

  • Parks and other free spaces;
  • Privately run cultural, recreational and sport activities; and
  • Local libraries.

Find Information about Programs and Facilities

In cities, children's programs are advertised in Leisure Guides that are delivered in the mail and on-line.

You can find out about activities in your community in newspapers, on the internet and on bulletin boards.

You can also check your local library for more information.

Child and Family Benefits

There are a number of benefits offered by the federal and provincial government, to people with children.

For more information on provincial benefits, visit Family and Social Support and Tax Credits.

Seniors Services

There are services and programs available to seniors, including some financial assistance programs.

Check with your Regional Newcomer Gateway to find out what’s available where you live.

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