Please share our What to Expect at a Child Care videos with families. They will support families to understand what licensed child care looks like during the pandemic and the health & safety protocols that are in place. These three videos (1.child care centre  2.service de garde d’enfants  3.home child care) are available to families at toronto.ca/childcare.

COVID-19 Key Information

COVID-19 Training Modules & Resources

Resources

As children return to early learning and child care programs, these resources can help you talk with them about COVID-19 and support them during a difficult time.

Autism Society

Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab

Surrey Place

ConnectABILITY

Other

Training Modules (for Every Child Belongs Agencies)

Reopening Levels of Child Care Centres – January 21, 2021

Status

Fee Subsidy Agreement Open Scheduled to Open Open Date Unknown Closed* Total
Yes 688 0 20 10 718
No 296 0 19 17 332
Total 984 0 39 27 1,050

*Child care centre closures are not necessarily related to COVID-19.

By City Ward

A ward map of the City of Toronto showing the percent of child care centres that have reopened. The data behind the map is provided in the table below.
Reopening levels of child care centres in Toronto, by City ward, January 21, 2021

The Data Behind the Map

Ward Percent of centres open
1 – Etobicoke North 85%
2 – Etobicoke Centre 96%
3 – Etobicoke-Lakeshore 98%
4 – Parkdale-High Park 94%
5 – York South-Weston 86%
6 – York Centre 88%
7 – Humber River-Black Creek 94%
8 – Eglinton-Lawrence 89%
9 – Davenport 94%
10 – Spadina-Fort York 100%
11- University-Rosedale 95%
12 – Toronto-St. Paul’s 87%
13 – Toronto Centre 96%
14 -Toronto-Danforth 98%
15 – Don Valley West 94%
16 – Don Valley East 95%
17 – Don Valley North 98%
18 – Willowdale 78%
19 – Beaches-East York 91%
20 – Scarborough Southwest 100%
21 – Scarborough Centre 95%
22 – Scarborough-Agincourt 90%
23 – Scarborough North 97%
24 – Scarborough-Guildwood 97%
25 – Scarborough-Rouge Park 96%