Frequently asked questions

Application details

When and where do I apply for my child?

Applications must be submitted in person at the Intercultural Child & Family Centre in the Singhmar Centre for Learning: 1-165, 10215 108 Street NW, Edmonton.

What paper records do I need to bring with me to apply for my child?

You will need to bring the following:

  • A completed registration form, which you can download here.
  • Your child’s Alberta health care card.
  • Name and phone number of your child’s physician.
  • Names of three emergency contacts for your child. Include their phone number, address, and relationship to the child.


What is the cost per child?

$596 per month per child for all age ranges. This is a flat fee for full-time care dependent on the child attending care for a minimum of 100 hours per month. Part-time spaces are not being accepted.

Financial support

Are government subsidies available?

Subsidies are available by the Government of Alberta to eligible lower-income families.

If you need help applying for a subsidy, call 780-278-3022 or email Kate Kidd, Family Support Worker, Intercultural Child and Family Centre

Are bursaries available?

The Intercultural Child & Family Centre bursary of up to $600 per child, per month, may be available to NorQuest College student-parents who fulfill the following criteria:

  • Your child is accepted at the Intercultural Child & Family Centre
  • You are enrolled and studying at NorQuest College during your child’s time at the centre
  • You do not receive government subsidies that cover your child’s total cost to attend the centre

Apply for the bursary

When will bursary application forms be available?

Applications for the Intercultural Child and Family Centre bursaries must be submitted after all other available subsidies have been applied for and confirmed. Email for more information.

Apply for the bursary

Hours of operation

What are the child care centre hours of operation?

The centre will be open year-round from Monday - Friday; 7:00 am - 5:30 pm with the exception of statutory holidays and when NorQuest College is closed.


Will food be provided for children?

Two snacks and a full meal each day provide at least two-thirds of children’s nutritional needs. Our cook prepares delicious food for the children using only fresh ingredients.

A culturally diverse menu ensures that children are served foods that reflect their cultural heritage while being encouraged to explore tasty and nutritious food from other traditions.

Intercultural Child & Family Centre

Room 1-165, Singhmar Centre for Learning, Edmonton campus 825.777.6014
Monday - Friday (year-round) 7:00 am - 5:30 pm
Closed on statutory holidays and when NorQuest College is closed