OACPL President Tammy Law denounces continued suspension of in person access to children in care, even while Canadian businesses are opening up. Reuters Allison Martell reports. May 26, 2020
TORONTO (Reuters) – Children in Canada’s foster care homes have gone weeks without being able to see their parents in person and plans for safe
OACPL treasurer David Miller denounces court suspensions of face-to-face visits between parents and children in care due to COVID-19, interview with APTN News reporter Kenneth Jackson.
Kenneth JacksonAPTN NewsOne mother just had her baby three weeks ago and hasn’t seen her child after the first week. Another has been sober for
OACPL vice-president Katharina Janczaruk interviewed by the Toronto Star, denounces suspension of parents face-to-face access by Children’s Aid Society due to COVID-19.
By Omar Mosleh with the Edmonton Bureau Posted on the Toronto Star When A.B. hears people complain about being stuck indoors, she says she doesn’t care
The Hamilton regional coroner’s office has initiated an inquest into the suicide of a 16-year-old boy whose body was found nearly seven months later just
December 15, 2019: Leadership of the provincial OACPL has been transferred to the Toronto Chapter on an interim basis. Members will have an opportunity to
Peel Children’s Aid Society ordered to pay costs after opposing parent’s motion for state-funded counsel. Leave granted to Agency to appeal cost order at Divisional Court.
In Children’s Aid Society v. L.M., 2018 ONSC 7170, Justice Price of the Superior Court of Justice ordered costs against the Children’s Aid Society of