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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
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
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
The Perth crown requested a months long trial delay so FCSLLG's lawyers can review and edit hundreds of pages of notes requested by former FCSLLG employees who... more
He comes with me this time. I go early, so I can meet him there. He does the same thing and we arrive at the exact same time. I give him my work and explain... more
I’m walking down this busy street in the city. Almost everyone here is dressed professionally. The ones that aren’t ask if I have an extra cigarette. All of... more
“We get what we deserve,” the beginning line of one of my favorite songs. It’s about the only song I’ve listened to, over and over, since my arrest almost a... more
I get there at 9am. It’s not nearly as busy as it would be if it were a Monday. Maybe I’ll be out of here quick. I see the usual faces, court staff and... more
You got to get there about a half hour early, if you want a parking spot. If you want a comfortable spot to sit and wait, I imagine you must have to be one of... more
It feels like a movie sometimes, but it’s happening in real life. My life. I’m facing ten years in jail and a $75-million dollar lawsuit and I’m not even... more
What are "Reasonable Grounds" to suspect child abuse or neglect according to the ministry?
#1 "It is not necessary for you to be certain a child is or may be... more
The witnesses have been subpoenaed. I know this because my husband is served one. Some have even posted theirs on social media, along with my home address. I... more
The law in Ontario says, "Any person with reasonable grounds to suspect child abuse or neglect," has a duty to report, but, the Ontario children's aid society... more