Toronto to reopening City-run licensed child care centres
June 13, 2020
Global Korean Post
The City of Toronto is beginning a phased approach to reopening City-run licensed child care centres starting Monday, June 29 with the enhanced health and safety measures laid out by the Province of Ontario to keep children, their families and child care centre workers safe.
All child care centres were closed on March 17 under the emergency order from the province to help slow down the spread of COVID-19.
On March 31, the City opened four emergency child care centre for children of essential and critical service workers in existing City-run licensed child care facilities staffed by City child care workers.
Since then, four additional locations were opened, providing child care for 271 families and 389 children.