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Marla's Minis is a private, non-subsidized daycare. Students must be 18 months or older.


Full-time availability only. 

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Visits by appointment only.


Full-Time Only


Payment Schedule

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The daily contribution to a subsidized childcare service is indexed annually on January 1.

In 2023, all parents pay a single reduced rate of $8.85.



Parents whose children attend a non-subsidized childcare service (like Marla's Minis) are entitled to a refundable tax credit for childcare expenses. This tax credit is designed to reduce the net fee difference between subsidized and non-subsidized childcare services. The amount of the credit covers 78% to 67% of eligible childcare expenses paid, depending on family income.

If you meet the requirements, you can receive advance payments of the tax credit for childcare expenses instead of waiting to claim the tax credit when you file your income tax return.

The maximum eligible childcare expense is $11 360 in 2023. With this tax credit, a couple with one child, where each spouse has an employment income of
50 000, pays a net daily rate of $7.17 for non-subsidized childcare at $40 a day, which is similar to what they would pay if the child attended subsidized childcare ($7.46).




The calculator below provides a comparison of the daily rate, including Québec and federal tax assistance, for a subsidized and non-subsidized childcare service.

Calculate now to know the net daily cost of childcare services.

Please visit Revenue Quebec for more information.


What does this mean?

Your child can receive a private education at Marla's Minis for 

approximately the same cost as a subsidized childcare centre. 

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