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The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto has been recognized as one of the Canada’s Top 100 employers. . The Canada's Top 100 Employers project is a national competition to determine which employers lead their industries and regions in offering…
TORONTO, Oct. 11, 2018 /CNW/ - From October 14 to 20, 2018, the Foster Parent Society of Ontario is collaborating with eight Children's Aid Societies to celebrate the important role foster families play in caring…
The 2018 Toronto Child & Family Poverty Report draws on newly released census data to reveal a disturbing picture of child and family poverty in Toronto and in every single ward across the city. Child and family poverty is a disturbing reality…
June 27, 2018 On behalf of the Board of Directors I am pleased to announce that Paul Rosebush has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto. He is joining the team on September 4, 2018. Paul Rosebush started…
Changes to the legislation that govern our work came into effect on April 30th, 2018. The Act is now known as the Child, Youth and Family Services Act and puts children and youth at the centre of decision making and supports more accountable,…
A free workshop, celebration and coffee house will be conducted for Black LGBT2SQ youth involved with any Children's Aid Society on April 28th, Saturday 11am-2pm, at CAS of Toronto, 30 Isabella St., 7th floor, Toronto, ON M4Y 1N1 Register now This…
More than a million Canadians could have fetal alcohol syndrome disorder. Many children with FASD are misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all. 'One of the risk groups is actually professional women who binge drink' Many children with FASD are…
Returning to our Roots: Intersectionality, Black Trans Identity and Allyship Wednesday, March 7th     |     10am - Noon 30 Isabella St, 7th Floor Auditorium Click Here to Register Now (scroll down to check…
Effective January 1, 2018, Children’s Aid Societies are now required by the Child and Family Services Act to provide the full range of protection services to all eligible youth who are 16 or 17. This is a significant step forward for young people…
Are you a survivor of the Sixties' Scoop seeking access to your records with CAST? Between 1965 and 1984, thousands of Indigenous children were removed from their homes and placed with non-Indigenous families. Those affected lost all contact with…