Saturday, April 22, 2017

Edmonton Journal Yesterday at 7:56am · The panel moved into its second phase this week, holding a meeting Thursday night in Edmonton to hear about the historical over-representation of indigenous children in the system.

The panel moved into its second phase this week, holding a meeting Thursday night in Edmonton to hear about the historical over-representation of indigenous children in the system.
Aggressive movement to change Alberta's child intervention system will see new legislation introduced this spring.
EDMONTONJOURNAL.COM
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Len Hughes a huh--more taxpayer $ 4 people who don't want 2 take care of what they bring into this world---
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Julie Ali Some folks aren't able to take care of their kids. Government doesn't seem to be able to do much better. If government removes kids from their families it needs to provide safe and competent oversight of these children. More than 800 kids have died in the care of the government of Alberta. It isn't the fault of families that these kids died; it's the fault of government and associated agencies. Repeated fatality reports and reviews indicate a cover your butt syndrome that isn't ensuring that the "learnings" from child deaths are being incorporated into the system.
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