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Ontario CAS Protest Group: Voices of Innocent Families in Ontario

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on Tue, 03/06/2012 - 07:08

"Ontario CAS Protest Group: Settings Voices of Innocent Families in Ontario"

This is a support group on facebook for people terrorised by CAS in Ontario. They are pro active and keen to hold rallies and other public protests. A handy group if you are in the horror world of CPS terrorism by CAS with no support and nowhere to turn.

These CPS related facebooks always offer good support which in many instances is all you can hope for. When these monsters show up at your door, to the unwary and innocent you are an easy target.

You usually find good links and videos for your area in these fb CPS fight CAS groups. Good Luck.

Here is a link to another good site with a page full of helpful CAS related contacts.

"Fix CAS fighting CAS Corruption in Canada"

And some more fb groups in Canada to help fight CAS corruption

"Stop The Children’s Aid Society From Taking Children Away From Good Parents"

"C.A.S lawsuit-Toronto"

"Canada Court Watch"

"Ontario Ombudsman"




Thu, 29/12/2011 - 07:44 — Lukes Dad

Ontario Protesting against Childrens Aid Societies across Canada

The way Neil Haskett sees it, universities, colleges, hospitals, Children's Aid Societies, police services, municipal governments, and even nursing homes across Ontario are all tied into the public purse and should be accountable to an independent body just like provincial ministries are.

Ontario Protesting against Childrens Aid Societies across Canada

"The Children's Aid Societies, along with hospitals, nursing homes, the police, the MUSH (municipalities, universities, schools and hospitals) sector, are all self-regulated," he said Friday. "We are highlighting that today. They have been resisting opening up the past couple of years."

Haskett, who is one of about 30 local members of the Sudbury chapter of the Ontario Coalition for Accountability, participated in a two-hour protest late Friday morning and early afternoon on the sidewalk in front of the Lasalle Boulevard office of the Children's Aid Society (CAS) of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin.

The local protest was one of several held outside C AS offices in 20 cities across Ontario. including London, St. Catharines and Niagara Falls.

Haskett said the C AS is simply unaccountable because complaints by the public or even staff end up going nowhere.

"They do not allow investigations of the CAS," he said. "They will argue they are controlled by the Child and Family Services Review Board (of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services). They say they can't comment on any matter before the courts are already done. That is pretty much every-thing."

Haskett said Friday's protest is the first of many that will be held in the months ahead and different institutions will be singled out.

He said that at the moment, the provincial Office of the Ombudsman can only investigate ministries themselves. Investigations concerning public institutions such as universities and hospitals, he said, come from within as the bodies are self-regulated and cannot be investigated by the Ombudsman in the event of criminal acts, financial issues, or other concerns.

Haskett got involved with the coalition after being dissatisfied with a police matter involving his family.

Colette Prevost, executive director of the CAS of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin, said CAS chapters are accountable.

"The accountability group across Ontario, over the past several years, has supported calls for the government to have several institutions be overseen by the Ombudsman," she said. "We have many layers of accountability. We support accountability reviews."

Prevost said the Ombudsman is tied into the CAS supervisory body -- the Child and Family Services Review Board -- and therefore "there is an element" of involvement there.

The Child and Family Services Review Board, added Prevost, can also be called upon to do investigations involving CAS chapters.

'Children's Aid destroys families' -- protesters