(mp3) A short clip from the testimony of a
young mother who was abused in foster care and
witnessed the physical abuse of other children
by CAS workers while in foster care.
(mp3) A mother who has lost her children feels
a judge is stalking her. Canada Court Watch
posted this March 23, 2005.
(mp3) A mother tells of the rape of her
daughter in foster care, her bouncing from
home to home and birth control from age 13.
When the girl runs away, CAS has no interest
in finding her. Posted by Canada Court Watch
February 22, 2006.
(mp3) A woman pursuing a complaint against CAS
is refused a hearing because of a tape
recorder. Posted by John Dunn, April 22,
(mp3) A women's shelter worker describes the humiliation of her
client by York Region Children's Aid and a lawyer from the
Office of the Children's Lawyer, who laughed at her when she
suggested a Muslim diet for her child. Canada Court Watch
posted this March 18, 2005.
(mp3) A teenaged CAS punk bosses a Hamilton
Ontario mother. Canada Court Watch posted
this March 12, 2005.
(mp3) CAS uses the threat of child removal to
force a mother to keep a father from his
children. Posted by Canada Court Watch
December 7, 2005.
A man is denied a true record of the court
hearing in his case. Recorded by Canada Court
Watch on February 16, 2006.
The lawyer appointed through the Office of the
Children's Lawyer breaches his client's
confidence, then makes up a story getting the
judge incensed. The father is not allowed to
view the discussions between the lawyers and
the judge, and gets no opportunity to present
his case. Posted by Canada Court Watch
January 9, 2006.
Durham Children's Aid compels a father to
relinquish his right to record his son.
Posted by Canada Court Watch April 29,
A father came home to find his wife and
daughter gone. He asked Children's Aid for
help in locating his child. The recording
shows what he got. Posted by Canada Court
Watch July 4, 2005. (mp3)
(mp3) A single father loses his daughter
because of an allegation.
(mp3) CAS defies an order from a judge.
Posted by Canada Court Watch September 30,
(mp3) A father's experience with CAS shows
that fatherhood is a luxury restricted to
those with means. He also reports that child
removal can be done by unlicensed staff.
Canada Court Watch distributed this on
November 18, 2005.
(mp3) A father refuses to sign an agreement
with Children's Aid, but they get a forged
signature. Canada Court Watch distributed
this on March 24, 2006.
A Canadian father flees with his Indonesian wife and their child
to Indonesia to escape the tyranny of CAS. Recorded September 18,
The first three recordings by a grandmother were made December 19,
2005 by Canada Court Watch.
(mp3) A judge orders family members ejected
from the courtroom in their own case.
(mp3) A three-year-old boy is touched sexually
in foster care. The "dead boy" mentioned is
(mp3) Lawyers refuse to take CAS cases out of
(mp3) A grandmother reports how CAS drove her 33-year-old daughter
to suicide. Recorded November 28, 2006.
Police "protect" T Norris, March 6, 2006.
A former foster child reports that in the group
home she was assigned the chore of writing case
notes on behalf of a social worker, so,
according to Canada Court Watch, the worker
could watch TV. Recorded April 17,
A mother sets an example for her son. A court
has awarded custody to the mother in preference
to the father, yet in child protection far
smaller faults lead to loss of custody. Canada
Court Watch distributed this recording in July
2005. The voices on the recording are of
mother, son and step-dad. It contains offensive
A student expresses dislike of CAS visits during
school hours. Canada Court Watch posted this in
A ten-year-old boy in a Durham Ontario group
home describes his experience. Canada Court
Watch posted this in September 2004.
Rusty Roska had an extended illness until diagnosed and treated by his
doctors. After improving, Utah child protectors seized him at age 11
on May 28, 1999 and kept him for a week, giving him wrong medication
that nearly killed him. Parents Connie and Jim Roska are suing the
This recording from Utah Families
Association is between Connie's lawyer Steve Russell and a former
caseworker, Shirley. It reveals many of the tricks of the trade. The
financial incentives driving child removal remain unknown to front-line
workers, whose drive is only: "get 'em".