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Celebrating Children and Youth in Care Day
May 13, 2022

Today marks Children and Youth in Care Day (CYICD) in Ontario. First proclaimed in 2012, CYICD is an opportunity for organizations and individuals across the Province to celebrate the positive impact current and former youth in care have had, and continue to have, on our communities.

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Best Diversity Employers 2022
March 8, 2022

We have been recognized once again of Canada's Best Diversity Employers for 2022. This recognition highlights our Agency's continued focus on placing equity at the centre of our work with our colleagues, children, youth and caregivers, and the communities we serve across the city.

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Black History Month
January 31, 2022

Today, February 1, 2022, marks the beginning of Black History Month – a time of celebration and reflection on the history, contributions and leadership of Black, African, Caribbean and Canadian communities. For us this includes members of our staff, partners and the families we support.

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September 14, 2021

The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CAS of Toronto) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marlon Merraro as the Chair of our Board of Directors.

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July 5, 2021

Today we are learning about another discovery of unmarked graves of Indigenous people, impacting members of the Ktunaxa First Nation in BC.

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June 24, 2021

Leaders of the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan, revealed details of the discovery of 751 unmarked graves.

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June 17, 2021

 Today, the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CAS of Toronto) released its 2020–2021 Annual Report entitled, Focus.

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June 1, 2021

As we kick of PRIDE Month 2021, watch this short video from Farrell Hall, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at CAS Toronto.

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May 31, 2021

At this point we’ve all heard the devastating news that the remains of 215 children were recently found at a former Kamloops, B.C. residential school.

The discovery of the remains of Indigenous children is incredibly distressing and a sobering moment for Canadians. We share the collective heartbreak for these children who did not return home to their families and communities as we continue to remember the impact of colonization and the role of child welfare on Indigenous people across Canada.

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May 20, 2021

70 per cent of children aged 6 to 18 say their mental health has declined in some way during the pandemic.

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