R-24.0.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting the preventive withdrawal of certain home childcare providers

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17. The average gross annual income related to subsidized childcare operations is obtained by adding together all the subsidies paid to the home childcare provider under the Educational Childcare Act (chapter S-4.1.1) for the 26 periods of childcare preceding the date of issue of the preventive withdrawal certificate and the total basic contributions paid by the parents, in accordance with the Reduced Contribution Regulation (chapter S-4.1.1, r. 1) for the same periods.
If the home childcare provider has received subsidies for less than 26 periods of childcare preceding the date of issue of the preventive withdrawal certificate, the average gross annual income provided for in the first paragraph is obtained by projecting the amount of the subsidies and the corresponding basic parental contributions over 26 periods.
A period of childcare means the 2-week period for which a coordinating office must pay, according to the Minister’s instructions, the subsidies to home childcare providers.
865-2019O.C. 865-2019, s. 17.
In force: 2019-09-19
17. The average gross annual income related to subsidized childcare operations is obtained by adding together all the subsidies paid to the home childcare provider under the Educational Childcare Act (chapter S-4.1.1) for the 26 periods of childcare preceding the date of issue of the preventive withdrawal certificate and the total basic contributions paid by the parents, in accordance with the Reduced Contribution Regulation (chapter S-4.1.1, r. 1) for the same periods.
If the home childcare provider has received subsidies for less than 26 periods of childcare preceding the date of issue of the preventive withdrawal certificate, the average gross annual income provided for in the first paragraph is obtained by projecting the amount of the subsidies and the corresponding basic parental contributions over 26 periods.
A period of childcare means the 2-week period for which a coordinating office must pay, according to the Minister’s instructions, the subsidies to home childcare providers.
865-2019O.C. 865-2019, s. 17.