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June is PRIDE month

Pride Month is celebrated every June in tribute to those involved in the Stonewall Riots.  With parades, festivals and concerts going on across the globe, (maybe virtually) there’s always some way for you to get involved — as well as learn some important social...

National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21 is National Indigenous Peoples Day! Don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate and learn more about the cultural diversity of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples by participating in the many activities happening across...

June 20th – World Refugee Day

World Refugee Day falls each year on June 20th and is dedicated to refugees around the world. On this day, the world stands together to celebrate the strength, courage and perseverance of millions of refugees. For more information see the following...

May 14th – Proclaimed National Child and Youth in Care Day

Children and Youth in Care Day, proclaimed into law with the Children and Youth in Care Day Act, 2012, is an opportunity to recognize the enormous contributions that current and former youth in care make in Ontario, as well as celebrate the strength, bravery, and...

Child and Youth in Care week

To all our CPSW’s and Independence Workers: This week marks the celebration of the crucial role and impact you play to support families and youth. As you support transitions into adoptive/foster homes, independence skills and tools, connections between parents and...

Get Real About How You Feel

#GetReal about how you feel. Name the feeling, don’t numb it. Good mental health does not mean feeling happy all the time. This Mental Health Week, let’s name, express and deal with our emotions— even the uncomfortable ones. Because heavy feelings lighten when you put...