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

A Shared Responsibility

This brochure answers common questions about how CASs work with individuals like you to support families and keep children and youth safe and well.

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One Vision One Voice: Changing the Child Welfare System for African Canadians

The Race Equity Practices aim to improve outcomes for African Canadian children and families who come into contact with the child welfare system.

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Understanding Child Welfare

Watch our video to better understand child welfare…you might be surprised.

A Moment on the Path

Watch “A Moment on the Path” a documentary about the gathering at Geneva Park and Rama First Nation where Ontario’s Children’s Aid Societies acknowledged and apologized for the harmful role child welfare has played historically, and continues to play, in the lives of Ontario Indigenous children, families, and communities.

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The Sixties Scoop

*The individual payment application deadline is August 30, 2019*

The Federal Government of Canada and certain survivors of the Sixties Scoop have reached a settlement of class action lawsuits that provides compensation for certain survivors of the Sixties Scoop. The settlement includes people who are registered Indians (as defined in the Indian Act) and Inuit as well as people eligible to be registered Indians; and were removed from their homes in Canada between January 1, 1951 and December 31, 1991 and placed in the care of non-Indigenous foster or adoptive parents.

To learn if you are eligible visit:
Sixties Scoop lawsuit

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