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Families and communities are supported through Saskatchewan's Early Learning and Child Care Program. This program supports high-quality care for children in healthy, safe and nurturing environments.
Good-quality child care services support the social, emotional, physical, spiritual and intellectual development of children.
Licensed centres and family child care homes:
Unlicensed caregivers are not monitored by the Government of Saskatchewan and are not subject to many legal requirements.
When choosing a child care facility, always ask:
Be sure to discuss your expectations with child care home providers or centre directors. Always check references before deciding which service to use.
Search for licensed child care providers by location using our searchable map of Saskatchewan.
If you have any concerns about your child care facility, talk to your caregiver first. If the problem is not resolved, contact the Child Care Regional Office closest to you. An Early Learning and Child Care Consultant will investigate your complaint, will take action and will handle your call privately.
You can contact the Ministry of Education's Child Care Office by calling 1-855-824-9419.
Child Care Regional Offices
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