June 11, 2021 The Ontario Association of Child Protection Lawyers (the “OACPL”) honours and mourns the loss of the 215 First Nations children who died
The Ontario Association of Child Protection Lawyers (the “OACPL”) honours and mourns the loss of the215 First Nations children who died at the Kamloops Indian
Bill-207: The OACPL successfully advocates for equitable access to appeals in child protection matters.
The Ontario government has introduced changes to provincial family legislation with Bill-207, Moving Ontario Family Law Forward Act, 2020. Of particular concern to the OACPL
OACPL’s David Miller interviewed on CBC’s The Current about suspensions on in-person access for children in care.
COVID-19 restrictions have kept children in care from seeing their parents and care-givers for months. OACPL board member, David Miller, is interviewed by CBC’s Matt
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