Accountability and transparency for CAS

Accountability and transparency for CAS

Ciaran, the author of this article, is a 13-year-old young man who lives in Chatham Ontario. The email link goes to his mother Trish. By Ciaran They are getting away with abuse and more. The three main reasons should be held accountable and be transparent in the province of Ontario are; first they cause mental and physical break downs throughout […]

Wages and unions vs cost of living

Wages and unions vs cost of living

Union workers leave Navistar plant in Chatham. By Andrew Hastings, CKReview columnist Every day I read posts on the internet where people are relentlessly screaming at each other over wages and unions. Saying ridiculous things like “it’s easy to raise a family on $15 an hour” and other insane union busting comments. I don’t understand how we […]

Equality among working mothers?

Equality among working mothers?

Sana Hassainia, MP for Verchères—Les Patriotes. Photo from Wikipedia By Dawn Fitzgerald, CKReview columnist Yesterday while reading through the newspaper I came across a most interesting story. At first I thought I was reading it wrong, so then I made another attempt to read it, just to make sure I understood the story correctly. As a single working […]

What are we teaching our children?

What are we teaching our children?

Written by Dawn Fitzgerald, CKReview columnist   It seems that crimes against children in this country are escalating, and much of it with a blessing or blind eye being given by our government, law makers, and the agencies in which we trust with our children. I Am A Teacher… Trust Me One of the most influential areas […]

Can you turn a blind eye forever?

Can you turn a blind eye forever?

Written by: Dawn Fitzgerald In light of some of the recent stories across the country, and within our own community, with regards to on the job misconduct, one has to question the accountability and transparency factors. It would seem that tax funded agencies such as the schools, hospitals, police, and CAS have very little to […]

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