Finance The Future With Tuition Assistance Options

Discover More About National Child Benefits, Provincial Subsidy Programs, & Discounts To Offset Costs

Finance The Future With Tuition Assistance Options

Finance The Future With Tuition Assistance Options

Discover More About National Child Benefits, Provincial Subsidy Programs, & Discounts To Offset Costs

Preschool & Daycare Center Serving Grimshaw, AB

Find The Best Resources For Lowering Care Costs

Find The Best Resources For Lowering Care Costs

Child care is one of your top priorities, and you want to be sure your child is getting the very best start. There are several options for helping you offset the cost of care, and we’ve made it easy to find the resources you need.

Take A Look At Your Options Now:

Used to offset the cost of raising children under 18, the CCB can be utilized to pay for child care and other early childhood expenses. It is based on your income as reported on your tax filings.

For everything you need to know about taking advantage of the Canada Child Benefit, visit the Canada Revenue Agency’s information page or use their handy child and family benefits calculator.

Who can get the Canada Child Benefit? 

You must meet all of the following conditions:

  • You live with a child who is under 18 years of age
  • You are primarily responsible for the care and upbringing of the child
    See who is primarily responsible
  • You are a resident of Canada for tax purposes
  • You or your spouse or common-law partner must be any of the following:
    • a Canadian citizen
    • a permanent resident
    • a protected person
    • a temporary resident who has lived in Canada for the previous 18 months, and who has a valid permit in the 19th month
    • an Indigenous person who meets the definition of “Indian” under the Indian Act

Provincial Child Benefits

Each province offers different child credits to offset the cost of child care. The Alberta child and family benefit (ACFB) is a tax-free amount paid to families that have children under 18 years of age.

For July 2021 to June 2022, you may be entitled to receive the following amounts:

  • $1,330 ($110.83 per month) for the first child
  • $665 ($55.41 per month) for the second child
  • $665 ($55.41 per month) for the third child
  • $665 ($55.41 per month) for the fourth child

See what benefits might be available to you in Alberta.

If your family needs help with tuition, there are provincial agencies that provide child care subsidies. This site is a great starting point for finding the financial assistance resources available in Alberta.

More and more employers add child care benefits to their employee compensation packages because it’s hard to do your job without reliable child care!

Talk with your employer or your HR department about whether they offer child care benefits and how to use them.

As part of our team, you may be eligible for other discounts or tuition credits. Talk with your HR manager about what’s currently available to you.

If you don’t see answers to your questions about making child care costs easier, please don’t hesitate to ask! We’re happy to help.

How Old Is Your Child?

Toddlers

12 - 36 months

preschool

3 - 5 years

Out Of School

6 - 12 years