The City undertakes an Expression of Interest (EOI) process to select an operator for a newly built or renovated child care centre or an EarlyON Child and Family Centre. We look for not-for-profit organizations who are committed to providing accessible, equitable, high quality services that welcome all families and are responsive to local community needs.

Information regarding the Child Care Centre EOI process can be found on the Expression of Interest to Operate a Child Care page.

Active EOIs

EOI Name Address Infant spaces Toddler spaces Preschool spaces
Tippet Child Care Centre 38 Monte Kwinter Court, North York 10 15 24

Closed EOIs

EOI Name Address  Centre Status Selected operator
Aquabella Child Care 75 Edgewater Drive Closed Woodgreen Community Services
Stanley 75 Stanley Street Closed McCaulay Child Development
Village Green Child Care 275 Village Green Sq Open Golf Road School Child Care Centre
Mothercraft Midtown Centre For Early Development 45 Dunfield Ave Open Mothercraft
Avondale 175 Avondale Open Mothercraft
Canoe Landing 20 Brunel Court Open St. Stephen’s Community House
Sheppard Centre 30 Sheppard Ave East Open St. Stephens
Advent 555 Finch Ave W Open Northview Heights
Bendale Acres 2020 Lawrence Ave E Open Network Child Care
Lansing 49 Bogert Ave Open Network Child Care
Name Expression of Interest deadline Expected opening date Selected operator
Additional EarlyON Program Funding for Toronto Danforth August 12, 2022 TBD Not yet available
Additional EarlyON Program Funding for Spadina-Fort York August 12, 2022 TBD Not yet available
Indigenous EarlyON Child and Family Centre Completed October 1, 2019 ENAGB
Centre in northwest Toronto Completed January 1, 2019 Braeburn Neighbourhood Place
Centre in northeast Toronto Completed January 1, 2019 Agincourt Community Services Association (ACSA)
LGBTQ2S mobile program Completed January 1, 2019 The 519

Transparency, Fairness, Accessibility, Equity, High-Quality

The City is committed to a transparent and fair EOI process.

All EOI submissions will be evaluated based on an organization’s proven ability to provide accessible, equitable and high-quality services to Toronto families and children.

  1. Copy of the Articles of Incorporation/Letters Patent
  2. Declaration of Not-for-Profit Compliance with seal/notarized (Public Institutions will submit documentation to support the public institution status)
  3. A letter from the current Board of Directors stating that their application is approved by the Board
  4. Agency by-laws