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Letters Of This Type
CUPE who is the union representing educational assistants (EA) in the province of Ontario released a press release last week in which it has lambasted the... more
I have court today. It is the third year in a row I have had court in October. I’ve learned how to get out of there by lunch time now. To get a parking spot, I... more
Is the high cost of clean water and hydro putting your family at risk of CAS involvement?
The effect of provincial policies on struggling families was... more
Between 2008/2012 death by natural causes was listed by the PDRC as the least likely way for a child in Ontario's care to have died, being 7% of the total... more
I am writing in response to the recent article about bill 148, the Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act, by Evelyn Harford, published on Oct. 11 by the Smiths... more
# 1. LESLEY WOLLENSCHLAGER
UNREGISTERED CHILD PROTECTION SOCIAL WORKER.
When is the only time a police officer without reasonable grounds or probable cause... more
Impoverished: Report shines light on poverty’s role on kids in CAS system.
The effect of provincial policies on struggling families was especially apparent in... more
Imagine, you have a family member experiencing dangerous psychiatric symptoms. Fearing for your safety and theirs, you call the police. You are then told you... more
I’m driving around my hometown, Smiths Falls. I get pulled over by police. It’s one of the cops I’ve posted to YouTube. He says very, very little to me. He... more
Comparative politics underwent periods of reconstruction starting from the civil liberties period to the apogee of the cold war and its ramifications, to the... more
Week one: I know I do not have comprehensive car insurance coverage. I have the absolute bare-minimum, legal requirement. For that reason, I assume I am... more
The CAS has more powers than virtually any other government agency and more secret than the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. A CAS worker (who may or... more
Another day, another phone call from my lawyer that I can’t talk about yet. The news is good but I know it will be awhile before I get to share it. I have the... more
It’s a beautiful, sunny, mid-summer afternoon. I am driving my daughter to her soccer game. We are on our way to pick up Grandma. She never misses a game. We... more
On the heels of the success of the BC Greens holding the balance of power and working with the BC NDP Party to take Christy Clark out of the Premiers’ office,... more