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Effective January 1, 2018, Children’s Aid Societies are now required by the Child and Family Services Act to provide the full range of protection services to all eligible youth who are 16 or 17. This is a significant step forward for young people…
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The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto has been recognized as one of the Greater Toronto Area’s Top 100 employers. “Families face huge challenges and we want to create an environment where staff can help them do their best,” said Marnie Lynn, Chief…
Children in the Toronto region and their families’ incomes are deeply divided along race, a new joint report finds. According to 2016 Census data findings children from racialized families - families of colour - are twice as likely to be living…
On Sunday November 5, COO Mahesh Prajapat, Diversity, AO & Community Development Director Nicole Bonnie and Community Advisory Committee Co-Chair Jason Johnson were guests on G98.7 FM talk show The Grapevine, the discussion …
Were you a Crown ward at any time from the period January 1, 1966 until March 30, 2017? If so, you may be a class member in the class action which has now been certified by the court.  The lawsuit seeks money (damages) and other benefits for…
October16, 2017   Dear Community Members and Organizations: The CAS of Toronto and its Community Advisory Committee (CAC) invites you to attend a community information meeting: Wednesday November 22, 2017 North York Memorial Hall, Burgundy…
Sharon Cabrera, Kin Supervisor at the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, shares how kinship families help keep kids connected. Read the article
The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies has apologized for harm done to Indigenous children and families in the province. The association says it made the apology Tuesday during a gathering at Rama First Nation. Read full article on…
Key findings: 57.8% of youth experiencing homelessness reported some type of involvement with child protection services over their lifetime. 63.1% of youth who are homeless report experiencing childhood trauma, abuse, and/or neglect - a key cause…