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National Family Support Network,

This webinar will explore how can programs promote the positive and measurable effects of outdoor activities for children and families.

Hayley Hahn, Johanna Caldwell, Vandna Sinha - International Indigenous Policy Journal,

The aim of this article is to contribute to ongoing discussions about the recently passed Canadian legislation, drawing on lessons learned in the United States context.

Barbara Fallon, et al - Child Abuse & Neglect,

The objective of this paper is to report on the development and implementation strategy of a tool to be used for practice intervention during the pandemic.

Jude Mary Cénat, Pari-Gole Noorishad, Konrad Czechowski, Sara-Emilie McIntee, Joana N. Mukunzi - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This study aimed to explore questions relating to caseworker’s training on ethnocultural diversity in connection with racial disparities and overrepresentation of Black children in child welfare services.

Deborah Rutman, Carol Hubberstey, Nancy Poole, Rose A. Schmidt & Marilyn Van Bibber - BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth,

This article presents findings from the Co-Creating Evidence (CCE) project, a three-year evaluation of eight multi-service programs located in six Canadian jurisdictions.

Julien Desautels, Luc Touchette, Robert Pauzé - Children and Youth Services Review,

This treatment-process research aims to (1) identify profiles of families participating in intensive family intervention programs, based on youth and family characteristics and (2) compare the intervention received by families with different clinical profiles.

CBC News,

"Indigenous communities across Canada wanting to create their own child welfare system may be looking to the Anishinabek Nation in Ontario for advice," says this article from CBC News. 

Kofi Antwi-Boasiako, Bryn King, Barbara Fallon, Nico Trocmé, John Fluke, Martin Chabot, Tonino Esposito - Child Abuse & Neglect,

This paper compares incidence data on Black and White families investigated by Ontario’s child welfare system over a 20-year period.

CBC News,

An agreement between the Assembly of First Nations and the Canadian federal government has added funding to a bill passed last year "— officially known as An Act Respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis Children, Youth and Families — to reduce the number of youth in care, and allow communities to create their own child welfare systems to bring and keep their youth home," according to this article from CBC News.

Alicia Boatswain-Kyte, Tonino Esposito, Nico Trocmé - Children and Youth Services Review,

This article examines rates of disparity using secondary longitudinal clinical-administrative data provided by a child protection agency in Quebec for a subsample of Black, White, and other visible minority children over a ten-year span.