If you have concern for a child, please contact your local Children’s Aid Society

“A Moment on the Path”

Read about OACAS and CASs journey towards Reconciliation with Indigenous people.

ONE VISION ONE VOICE: Changing the Child Welfare System for African Canadians

The One Vision One Voice project launched the Practice Framework, comprised of Part I, the Research Report, and Part II, the Race Equity Practices, September 29, 2016. The Practice Framework aims to improve outcomes for African Canadian children and families who come into contact with the child welfare system.

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“The divide in incomes along Indigenous, racial, immigration status, and gender lines is staggering. Rates of poverty for marginalized communities are several times what they are for others.”
Read more in “Unequal City: The Hidden Divide Among Toronto’s Children and Youth,” published by a working group that included Children’s Aid Society of Toronto.



Ontario children and youth can wait up to 18 months for mental health care. That’s not right. Ontario needs urgent funding for children’s mental health care. Support CMHO’s #kidscantwait campaign.

Between 1965 and 1984, thousands of Indigenous children were removed from their homes and placed with non-Indigenous families. If you were a service recipient during this period, you may be eligible for compensation.
Learn more about the
Sixties Scoop lawsuit.

A screener from Children’s Aid talks about her role in working with the public to keep children safe.

Your call could be the most important in a child’s life. This video explains why.

One Vision One Voice has launched its implementation phase. Learn more.