Sask. has highest family violence rate in country BY D.C. FRASER, LEADER-POST JANUARY 16, 2015 7:33 AM Compared to all the provinces, Saskatchewan has the highest rate of reported family violence. Police-reported violence rates in this province are 489.4 per 100,000 population. Manitoba’s rate is the second highest, at 375.8. “You’re never quite clear whether […]
Family violence in Canada: A statistical profile, 2013 was released on January 15th, 2015. View the summary on the Daily here and the full report here.
The Kids on the Block program will piloted in Regina by a partnership of the Regina Sexual Assault Centre and STOPS to Violence. Kids on the Block is an interactive puppet-based education program for children ages 5-12, focused on the topics of bullying and abuse prevention. Through the magic of theater, puppet characters share their […]
The Faculty of Arts presents the 2015 Woodrow Lloyd Lecture Dr Cindy Blackstock Executive Director, First Nations Child & Family Caring Society of Canada Associate Professor, University of Alberta Date: Wednesday, 21 January 2015 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: EAud Wing 106.1 There is a growing conversation about reconciliation in Canada and addressing contemporary inequalities and […]
A message from the Department of Justice. Vist the site at: http://www.justice.gc.ca/eng/cj-jp/victims-victimes/vsd-rsv/index.html The Victim Services Directory on the Department of Justice website will be updated in the new year to make the system more user-friendly! Please verify the details of your organization’s listing. If the information in your listing has changed, please complete the Edit an […]
“Stop Family Violence provides you with a one-stop source of information on family violence. If you are affected by family violence, know someone who is, or simply want to learn more about the issue, these pages contain information that can help you be safe or be part of the solution. These pages also provide links […]
Details here: www.canadiandomesticviolenceconference.ca/
Decades of working with battered women fuelled by passion, compassion BY IRENE SEIBERLING, LEADER-POST, DECEMBER 22, 2014 For more than four decades, Deanna Elias Henry has worked in the area of domestic violence in one capacity or another. After a stint with the Children’s Aid Society in Toronto, working in a group home with six […]