Review the following list to determine which documents you need to bring to your Child Care Fee Subsidy Eligibility Meeting. All documents must be current. Additional information may be requested during your meeting.

You only need to bring one item.

  • *Notice of Assessment (for both parents)
  • Proof of receipt of Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program (if applicable)

*If you do not have a Notice of Assessment, please contact Revenue Canada at 1-800-959-8281

You only need to bring one item.

  • Lease agreement or notice of rent increase dated within the last 12 months
  • Landlord letter which includes landlords name, phone number and address as this information may be verified
  • Mortgage statement
  • Utility Bill either Water, Hydro, or Natural Gas
  • Property Tax Bill

You only need to bring one item per family member.

  • Canadian Birth Certificate or valid Canadian Passport or Immigration documents
  • Statement of Live Birth
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Certificate of Indian Status

You only need to bring one item for both parents if applicable.

  • Two most current consecutive payslips
  • Employment letter, on company letterhead, containing contact name, phone number, start date and weekly work schedule or
  • If self employed or corporate self employed, refer to the Self Employment Checklist
  • A letter from the school (i.e. high school, adult basic education) indicating the days and hours of classes each week, with the course start and completion dates. All school letters must be original.
  • University/College and/or Vocational students must include verification of full or part-time enrollment and school timetable verifying full or part-time enrollment.

If you or your child have extra support needs, provide a letter from your medical doctor/supporting agencies, a current assessment/other supporting documentation, or call 416-338-8888 to request a medical form to be completed by your doctor or other social services professional.

  • Child Custody Agreement,
  • Verification of Legal Guardianship