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Ombudsman Bill to be Introduced

June 11, 2012 permalink

Tomorrow afternoon in the Ontario legislature Monique Taylor will introduce the bill providing for Ombudsman oversight of children's aid societies. You are invited to attend.



Ombudsman Bill to Oversee Ontario’s Children Aid Societies to be introduced Tuesday


Please join Accountability Advocates from Stop the Children’s Aid Society from taking Children from Good Parents, the Ontario Coalition for Accountability, CAS Ontario, and all the other CAS groups from across Ontario on Tuesday, June 12, 2012, at the Ontario Legislature (Queens Park) in Toronto as Monique Taylor, MPP (Hamilton Mountain) introduces the next Ombudsman Bill.

This Bill would allow the Ontario Ombudsman to investigate complaints of Ontario’s Children’s Aid Societies by both Child Protection workers and Families. Currently Ontario is the only Province not allowing investigations of these Non-Governmental Corporations.

If you wish to attend,

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at the Ontario Legislature in Toronto.
The afternoon session around 3:00 PM EST. (arrive much earlier)
111 Wellesley Street West Toronto, Ontario M7A 1A2

Come early its first come first serve for Visitors Gallery passes.

If you or your organization wish to be introduced by your local MPP (they are not obligated to do so) call their constituency office immediately and politely notify staff you’re a constituent who will be visiting the Ontario Legislature during tomorrow afternoon’s session.

Mobile phones, Cameras etc. are not permitted inside so check all valuables at the coat check down the ramp just to the right of the Main Entrance after you get your Visitor Gallery Pass.

Got a Question? Please contact us on Facebook or by Phone: 705-805-2322 (please leave a message).

Source: Ontario Coalition for Accountability

One more suggestion for those attending: dress in good clothing, like you were going to court or church.