Children's Aid Society of Toronto

At CAS of Toronto we are committed to examining and addressing racism, bias and discrimination both inside and outside of our Agency. We are currently working on reviewing and evolving our existing Anti-Oppression Policy to be published 2021, with a continued focus on ensuring equity for all staff members, and the children, youth and families we serve in our community.

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Discrimination and Harassment Complaint Process

The Children's Aid Society of Toronto is committed to providing a workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment based on grounds covered under the Ontario Human Rights Code. Employees, as well as any individuals who are providing service on behalf of the Society, such as independent contractors, foster parents, placement students, volunteers, and individuals from temporary staffing agencies, may pursue a complaint if they feel that their rights under the policy have been infringed. 

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