Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Childcare subsidies available to residents
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 3

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Halton Region is reminding residents the Province has introduced important changes to the eligibility process for childcare subsidies. Families that need help covering the cost of childcare will need to provide information about their income level based on their most recent income tax submission. The simplified approach will use the family's income to determine eligibility. Either an income tax notice of assessment or childcare tax benefit notice will need to be provided. Families with a net income of less than $20,000 per year can be eligible for full childcare subsidy. Families with a net income of $20,000 and more can be eligible for partial subsidies on a sliding scale. Parents, or those who know of a family who has difficulty paying the full cost of childcare, can contact Halton Region's childcare services at 905-825-6000 or visit www.halton.ca to access further information on income testing.

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Childcare subsidies available to residents