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Your Children's Aid

The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies (OACAS) released a report on the well-being of children in care in Ontario.

Author(s): 
OACAS
Report
2010
OACAS
Additional Resources


Hand in Hand

The Ombudsman and Child and Youth Advocate in New Brunswick has recommended sweeping changes to the child welfare system on First Nations.

Adoption of children from Haiti

The current crisis in Haiti has raised concerns about the state of vulnerable children and youth in the country and Canadian international adoption efforts.

Crisis in Haiti

CWLC and our members are deeply concerned about the vulnerable children and youth in Haiti.

Progress for Children. A Report Card on Child Protection

This edition of Progress for Children, the eighth in the series that monitors progress towards the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), is a compendium of data that serves as a report ca
Author(s): 
UNICEF
Report
2009
UNICEF
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The Chief Public Health Officer's Report on The State of Public Health in Canada 2009

This report is the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada's second annual report to Parliament on the state of public health in Canada.

Author(s): 
Dr David Butler-Jones
Report
2009
Public Health Agency of Canada
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2nd National Invitational Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health

On November 19 – 20, over 100 child and youth mental health stakeholders will gather at the Château Laurier in Ottawa for the 2nd National Invitational Symposium on Child and Youth

2nd National Invitational Symposium on Child and Youth Mental Health

Date: 
November 19, 2009 - November 20, 2009
Location: 
Château Laurier, Ottawa ON

 The Symposium provides an opportunity for those working in all sectors in child and youth mental health to discuss next steps in implementation of a mental health strategy. As Canada moves towards hope and renewal the common vision for those working towards this strategy is to make sure children and youth remain a priority.

Presented by: 
CWLC, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Canadian Association of Paediatric Health Centres, Alberta Centre for Child, Family & Community Research and Canadian Paediatric Society


Response to Ottawa Citizen article Missing Maisy and Shannon (September 11, 2009 edition)

Note - Our response was submitted to the editor on Septmber 11, 2009

Response to Maclean's recent article, Nowhere to Turn (August 17, 2009 edition)

Note - Our response was submitted to the editor on August 13, 2009 and subsequently printed.

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