In December 2014 the Toronto Star, published a four part series examining the work of Ontario’s 46 Children’s Aid Societies. The series shed light on several issues common to all CAS’s across the province and highlighted a few issues of particular note to the larger urban CAS’s, particularly ourselves, Peel CAS and Catholic CAS of Toronto.
Five Toronto organizations today released the first comprehensive report on child and family poverty in Toronto since 2008, revealing wide-spread deprivation and a city where children’s life opportunities are significantly linked to neighbourhood of residence and ethno-racial background.Read More
Almost one in three Toronto children are living in low-income families, according to new data from Statistics Canada, says a report being released today by Toronto groups including the Children's Aid Society of Toronto. That ties Toronto with Saint John for the highest child poverty rate amongst 13 major Canadian cities.
According to a groundbreaking Toronto study released on November 25, intergenerational conflict over cultural differences is the most common reason immigrant youth end up homeless — followed by family disapproval of the young person’s sexual orientation.