How to find a nanny in Toronto

How to find a nanny in Toronto

by Martha Scully

Toronto is the largest city in Canada by population, and also the largest city on! We currently have over 6,000 Toronto nannies available, giving families an adequate selection of live-in and live-out nannies to choose from, whether they need a full-time child care or just part-time child care.

With so many nannies listed, how is a busy Toronto family supposed to find someone that matches their needs? We've got that covered! Each Toronto nanny has completed a 5-page profile listing their past nanny experience, child care qualifications, and current availability. They also have the option to post photos and a resume that registered families can download and review at their convenience. Other details provided include any experience caring for children with special needs, level of education, and whether they have First Aid and/or CPR training. We want you to have a good idea of who you're hiring, right from the start.

To make your search easy, registered members have an advanced search they can use to refine their search results, so they only see the Toronto nannies that best match their needs. Using the advanced search, a family can cut the search results down to find just the nannies available for: full or part-time, live-in or out, summer only, that have their First Aid/ CPR training and a criminal record check, are comfortable with pets, have a driver's licence, and experience caring for school aged children! Keep in mind: the more parameters you use to refine your search, the fewer results you will get. This can be a helpful thing, but it can also prevent you from finding a great caregiver if you are too picky.

So, Toronto - if you're looking for a nanny, we've got you covered! Use Canada's largest and easiest to use database, and find your perfect caregiver today!

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About the Author
Martha Scully
Martha is the founder of Martha has been featured as a Child Care Expert in hundreds of publications across Canada including The Globe and Mail, CBC, Today's Parent and The National Post, She lives in British Columbia with her husband and two daughters.