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Early Learning and Child Care

Provided by: Solid Futures Learning Centre Co-operative

Service Description

A licensed child care facility that provides care and supervision for up to 50 children between the ages of 18 months and 12 years. Child Care Subsidy accepted. 

Parents/guardians pay a non-refundable membership fee of $10 per family and non-refundable registration fee of $100 per spot. In lieu of fundraising, parents/guardians pay annual fee of $50. 

Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.


  • Objective is to provide high quality licensed child care by exceeding industry standards.
  • Values that define the centre are based upon trust, respect, and diversity – these values are provided in a caring, fun and creative environment.
  • Staff encourage individuality and continuous learning in a positive atmosphere.
  • Are a family centre – parents are partners with staff in achieving positive childhood development – goal is to support not only the child but the family unit.
  • Are a fully inclusive child care centre.
  • Program is developed using innovative and current child care practices that stimulate learning.
  • Children are respected as individuals who have different personalities, feelings and developmental needs.
  • Centre is committed to interaction with other child care organizations in developing ground breaking approaches to child care. 
  • They recognize their responsibility to the early childhood community and to the community at large in providing leadership in quality child care.

Programs and Activities

  • Centre follows the Ministry of Education’s Play & Exploration Curriculum.
  • Provide quality, age appropriate programming that supports development of the whole child in a loving, nurturing environment.
  • Programming is a balance between child-led and adult-led activities.
  • Outdoor play is a part of our curriculum year round.
  • Centre participates in a variety of learning experiences outside their own physical environment – these outings are planned in advance, always considering the safety of the children in planning.
  • Centre also participates in a variety of multicultural experiences and programming reflects diversity on a daily basis.


  • Centre follows the Canada Food Guide and provides well balanced meals.
  • Processed foods, foods containing a lot of coloring or preservatives and overly sweet foods are kept to a minimum.
  • Meals are served family style in small table groupings.
  • Good manners and quiet conversations are encouraged.
  • To prevent choking, children must remain seated while eating.
  • Children are encouraged to be independent and practice such skills as pouring their own drinks, serving themselves and others, and making choices.
  • Children are offered small portions to start with and may have further helpings as desired.
  • It is the parent’s responsibility to provide any foods required by children on special diets.


Children between the ages of 18 months - 12 years.
Able to accommodate children with delays and differing needs. Please contact for further information.

Application Process

Call or email for more information.


Toddlers (18 to 30 months): $210.00 per month
Preschool (2.5 to 5 years): $200.00 per month
Kindergarten: $210.00 per month until 6th Birthday, $605.00 per month after 6th Birthday
School Age (Grade 1 & Up): $470.00 per month September to June, $605.00 per month July & August

Fax: 306-543-9968

Business Line: 306-543-7874

Hours of Operation

Centre is closed on all Statutory holidays and closes at 3:00 pm on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.

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Solid Futures Learning Centre Co-operative


4705 1st Avenue
Regina SK  S4T 7W4

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Located in Rosemont.

Mailing Address

4705 1st Avenue
Regina SK  S4T 7W4

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.


Wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible washroom available.

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