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Is she a tenant? Does she pay rent for the space? Or does she just work for you as independent contractor?
You can tell her that you cannot accommodate her need of having a child in the premises. You can say that as the owner you don't believe it is safe to have a child there and either she has to make other arrangements for child care or terminate her contract with her.Does that answer your question?
You have a duty to accommodate her so long as the accommodations are reasonable and so long as they do not cause you to undergo undue hardship.
You are saying that based on what you do the child will not be safe. This exposes you to potential legal liability and so you can take the position that this will cause you to undergo undue hardship.
If she filed a complaint with the Human Rights Tribunal you would have to prove that this will cause you to undergo undue hardship.