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  • Signs Your Child Is Experiencing Daycare Abuse

    Is there anything more anxiety-inducing for a parent than dropping their child off at daycare for the first time? Daycares provide an invaluable service to many families whose primary caregivers have to work long hours to support their young families. However, media reports have drawn attention to h … Read more »

  • Is the Pope Telling Priests to Break Canadian Law about Reporting Sexual Abuse?

    Canon 6 of the Council of Trent states that – ‘If any one saith, that it is not in man’s power to make his ways evil, but that the works that are evil God worketh as well as those that are good, not permissively only, but properly, and of Himself, in such wise that the treason of Judas is no less Hi … Read more »

  • Statute of Limitations in Canadian Sexual Abuse Claims

    Our experiences play a big role in shaping our mental health and well-being throughout our lives. Sexual abuse, during childhood or adulthood can leave mental scars that can remain with us for a very long time, affecting how we interact with the world around us. Recently, Provincial governments acro … Read more »

  • What to Do If You Suspect Sexual Abuse of a Child is Occurring

    You may have heard the term “duty to report” as it pertains to teachers, professors and others who work with minors having a legal obligation to report suspected abuse to the proper authorities in a timely manner. But you may be surprised to learn that, according to the Children and Family Services … Read more »

  • Pope Approves Law on Reporting Abuse Allegations: But has anything really changed?

    Pope Francis recently issued “sweeping new sex abuse legislation” intended to hold Vatican personnel and diplomats accountable for allegations of sexual abuse by mandating the immediate reporting of said allegations to Vatican prosecutors. The changes were issued in the form of a 12-part Apostolic L … Read more »