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October16, 2017   Dear Community Members and Organizations:     The CAS of Toronto and its Community Advisory Committee (CAC) invites you to attend a community information meeting:   Wednesday November 22, 2017 North York…
Sharon Cabrera, Kin Supervisor at the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, shares how kinship families help keep kids connected. Read the article
The Ontario Association of Children’s Aid Societies has apologized for harm done to Indigenous children and families in the province. The association says it made the apology Tuesday during a gathering at Rama First Nation. Read full article on…
Key findings: 57.8% of youth experiencing homelessness reported some type of involvement with child protection services over their lifetime. 63.1% of youth who are homeless report experiencing childhood trauma, abuse, and/or neglect - a key cause…
Message from the Board Chair & CEO As an organization whose work is rooted in supporting, protecting and advocating for children, youth and families, the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto bears an enormous responsibility to ensure that our…
Ontario passes Anti-Racism legislation, a historic legislation promoting equity for racialized and indigenous peoples. The Anti-Racism Act, 2017 strengthens the government's commitment to identify and combat systemic racism in policies, programs and…
March 28, 2017 (Toronto, ON) - The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CAST), for the second consecutive year been named one of the country’s top diversity employers. The Society stood out for creating an inclusive workplace for employees from five…
The all new electronic version of the latest issue of Communicate is released. Click here to read online or download PDF version of Communicate, February 2017 issue.
2016-03-17:  Attached below is material distributed by the Ministry of Community and Social Services addressing the need for CASs to provide their service recipients with written information regarding their legal rights and available…
2017-03-29:  Agency’s efforts to better reflect the city receives national attention. The Children’s Aid Society of Toronto (CAST) has for the first time been named one of the country’s top diversity employers. The Society stood out for…