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Ottawa CAS Back to Offences Court
November 16, 2009 permalink
John Dunn is again trying to get the Ottawa CAS held accountable for their failure to comply with the Corporations Act.
Mr Dunn tried to do this once before. At each of the court hearings the lawyer for children's aid entered no plea. Instead, he came up with yet another reason for delaying the process one more time. Refer to: August 9, September 9, September 13, November 21, November 23 (all in 2007), January 3, January 25 and May 16 (in 2008).
In the end, the offence matter never came before the court. Ottawa CAS agreed to send one mailing on behalf of Mr Dunn to its membership.
Note: Wording corrected November 19 on advice from John Dunn. This is a provincial offence matter, not criminal.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Charges Pressed Against Ottawa CAS and Executive Director Barbara MacKinnon
(Ottawa) On Monday November 16, 2009, John Dunn, former foster child and volunteer executive director of the Foster Care Council of Canada has pressed charges against the Ottawa Children's Aid Society and its executive director Barbara MacKinnon after they contravened an offence-creating provision of the Corporations Act.
The Society is to appear on January 07, 2010, 1:30pm in Court room 102, at the Provincial Offences Court (100 Constellation Crescent, Ottawa, Ontario -- near Baseline Bus Station [see picture below]) to plead guilty, not guilty, or to adjourn to a later date if required)
100 Constellation Crescent - Provincial Court House
Posted by afterfostercare at 2:11 PM
Source: Foster Care News