Your time is precious.

That's why we select only quality candidates who match your specific needs and the unique lifestyle of your family.

An important saving of time and energy which avoids many disappointments and a panoply of inconveniences.

A man is never as tall as when he is on his knees to help a child.

[ Pythagore ]

Since 2004

Our services

Keep your time and energy for the most important things in life.


We will find the nanny that suits you.

A nanny offers many benefits to the family who hires her. Regency nannies helps you find that valuable member missing from your team! Simplified by our exclusive comprehensive service, affordable especially for large families and totally personalized, Regency nannies has an impressive database of trusted and experienced nannies. As the nanny is ofter a person living in their own employer's home, we listen, understand and care about each and every family's needs. Full time, part time, day, evening, weekend, residing or not, we can match you with a nanny who perfectly fits your unique family's style.


Immigration process of foreign nannies

Whether you are hiring a nanny from another country or want to help an experienced nanny to immigrate to Canada, we can guide you through the whole immigration process. Finding the ideal nanny can be a complex task, and the immigration process should not be an obstacle to your desire to benefit from this important support that your family needs. Regency nannies team is composed of immigration lawyers who will guide you through every step: visa, work permit, deadlines, documents, CAQ, permanent residence, as well as all other legal aspects surrounding the immigration of your domestic worker.


Need help with elder relatives?

Regency nannies helps elderly people in loss of autonomy maintain their dignity. The transition to a retirement home is not always the best solution. A companion allows seniors to stay home a little longer, in the comfort of their house. Does the person have a disability? Our caregiver will take care of everything.


Maid and cook ready to serve you!

Regency nannies will find the help you need for your home. Cleaning? Cooking? Gardening? Did you know that your nanny can both take care of the children and perform other duties such as cleaning the car or mowing the lawn? Tell us about the tasks your nanny could do to help around. That is our mission after all!

Old age comes suddenly, like snow. One morning you wake up and realize everything is white.

[ Jules Renard ]


The steps to follow

Yes, we thought of everything.

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First, the family contacts us and completes a form so that we can perfectly understand their needs. Following the receipt of this duly completed request for services, we proceed to the file analysis stage in order to clearly identify the family's style, while taking into account the specific requirements of the employers. Then, the matchmaking process is initiated. We carefully review all the required criterias and compare them with the profiles of the candidates appearing in our databases to ensure that the proposed candidates will indeed meet the identified needs and requirements of the employers.

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The goal of Regency nannies is to save you time and energy by limiting the number of interviews, offering you, at all times, only candidates of experience and quality. On average, a successful placement requires the meeting of 2 to 3 handpicked candidates. We therefore propose to each family 2 or 3 nannies whose profile will have been retained for these interviews. We e-mail the profile of the preferred candidates so that the family can make an informed choice and prepare their list of questions to ask the applicant(s). If the family decides to interview one or more candidate(s), we suggest that they do it at home so that the selected aspirant(s) can meet the children, visit the house and become familiar with the neighborhood and the public transport circuits around.

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The nanny starts working with the family for a short period of time in order to ensure that the match is a complete success. Once the choice of the family has been set, we will guide its members through all the steps required to become a family of legal employers, providing them information on the payment of the candidate's salary, tax obligations (employer number, tax deductions, statements, T4, etc.) and applicable employment laws (minimum wage, statutory holidays, overtime, sick leave, and more).

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If the trial period is conclusive, the nanny is hired. That's when the warranty period begins. We offer a 3 month guarantee to our employing families. In the event that, during this period, the resource person no longer needs to meet the needs of the family of employers, we are committed to find the family a replacement person at no additional cost.

Cleanliness is the image of the sharpness of the soul.

[ Montesquieu ]



Some answers to your questions

And if you have more, we are here to help.

What is the comprehensive service?

Let us know what you are looking for and we take care of the rest! The comprehensive service is 100% personalized and includes all the steps leading to hiring the caretaker you dream of: the employee that is perfectly suited to your needs, to the personalities of your children, to your requirements and lifestyle.

Will we have to read several nannies profiles?

No! We will select nannies profiles directly through our database to find the candidates that will best match your search criterias, no matter how many there are. We will then present you the 2 or 3 profiles most likely to satisfy you, so that you can choose the nanny that suits you best.

Why bring in a nanny from another country?

Our applicants from other countries are experienced nannies, caregivers and domestic helpers. They have accumulated years of experience in their home country and are ready to pursue their career here, serving Canadian families. By hiring an employee from another country, you are helping a woman complete her immigration process in Canada.

Must nannies from other countries live with the families who hire them?

No. It is possible to find either a live-in or a live-out employee. It is all a question of determining what is best for the employer and for the nanny that the family wishes to hire.

So is it possible to find a live-in?

Yes. A live-in nanny is a nanny who lives with her employer. Many nannies seek this type of agreement with the family who hires her! The hiring process can be longer, however. Regency nannies will then make sure to accompany the hiring family through finding an interim solution.

There is always something left from of childhood, always…

[ Marguerite Duras ]


Our mission

Regency nannies is a Montreal family support agency that has been working in this field since 2004.

With its comprehensive service, Regency nannies helps families balance work and personal life by pairing them with the nanny, companion or domestic help they need.

Nannies, au pair, companion and caregiver for the elderly, housekeeper, cook, gardener... full time or part time, we have the solution tailored to your family!



Immigration Lawyer and Director

Being myself an immigrant, I have always been passionate about international relations and the impact that cultural exchanges have in the people from around the world. For that reason I decided to study Law and International relations, and graduated in 2015.

Upon my graduation I presided a law clinic for members of the Salvadorian Chamber of Commerce of Quebec. Also in 2015, I founded and chaired the Canada-Cuba Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

I always dreamed of having my own company so in 2018 I finally realized my dream and became the director of Regency nannies.

Since I speak several languages, traveled and lived in different parts of the world, I have, over the years, acquired the education, experience and skills that allow me to understand how different societies function and how cultures get enhanced by these interchanges.

I am therefore very comfortable interacting with families who wish to make the most of the wonderful opportunities offered by international mobility.


Recruitment / Sales / Customer Service / Political Science B.A / HR Diploma / McGill University / Montreal

Native of Portugal I have lived and studied a large part of my life in several countries such as Angola, Brazil, France and now Canada.

Being myself a citizen of the world and having studied and graduated from McGill University in Political Science and Human Resources I am able to fully understand the issues behind the hiring process and the new challenges of integrating newcomers into the work force.

I also have twenty years of work experience in International Business and in sales which make me comfortable to understand the different aspects of local and International Recruitment. I am always willing to go over and beyond the duties of my job in order to make sure that all of our candidates feel at home and welcomed with us. I also speak fluent English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

Empathetic and curious, over the years I have developed a certain flair to find the perfect nanny for each family. Getting to know people is a passion for me. A useful asset in my working field!


[Translated from French] A career woman, a lawyer in private practice for seven years, a tax expert and the mother of a young child, the idea of ​​starting my own business came into being at the time of my pregnancy.

A few months after the birth of my daughter, my plan to set up an agency for governesses or "nannies" came to fruition and some time later, I acquired a well-established agency in the Montreal area.

Admittedly, my farewell to private practice meant the arrival of new challenges but also an adventure, oriented mainly to the well-being of families and greater availability for my close ones ...

>>Read more in PDF (French)



[Translated from French] « Serving the rich » :: La Presse, September 17 2008

She cradles babies, feeds bottles, changes diapers and makes burping. A mother like the others? A mom on call instead. Ginette Hébert, 62, works as a professional and private pediatric nurse in wealthy Montreal families ...

>>Read more in PDF (French)

[Translated from French] « The life of ambitious couples » Magasine Affaires Plus, February 2007

They work like crazy. And they have children. How do these couples organize their family life and lead two careers together?

>>Read more in PDF (French)

[Translated from French] « Our hometown servants » :: Magazine Châtelaine, September 26 2007

They are called householders, nannies, caregivers ... Who are these women who, today, agree to live with their employers to take care of their house and their children day and night? This is the story of Imelda, a Filipina who landed in Quebec at age 21.

>>Read more in PDF (French)

[Translated from French] « Nannies: respect comes first » :: La Presse, November 2006

The so-called legal family caregivers who immigrate to Canada with the program established by Immigration Canada have the same rights as other Quebec employees, and can, in this respect, enforce minimum labor standards. When they arrive in Quebec, the nannies are informed of their rights (especially salary conditions, believe me!) And can assert their rights themselves ...

>>Read more in PDF (French)

« Regency nannies : the source to find your nanny » :: Le Journal de Mont-Royal, November 2006

When TMR resident Stéphanie Ségin became pregnant, she knew she’d have to take a step away from her 10 hours workdays as a lawyer…

>>Read more in PDF

[Translated from French] « Multi-functional maids » :: Zone libre, Radio-Canada télévision

Who are these family helpers who come from abroad? Zone Libre presents tonight a documentary that has something to surprise and touch the viewers. Good-by-all deals with caregivers from abroad who often leave everything, even their children, to come and work here. Three of these women talk about their reality and share their reflections on the Quebec family today. Dominique Poirier talks about it with the director of the film, Hélène Choquette.

>>Video available here (in French)



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4770, de Kent Ave., suite 305 :: Montreal, Quebec :: H3W 1H2


(514) 344-0099



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