Learn more about Spirit Bear and how he and his friends can help guide your reconciliation journey!
The Caring Society stands with First Nations children, youth and families so they have equitable opportunities to grow up safely at home, be healthy, get a good education and be proud of who they are.
In the Spotlight
- Another win for First Nations children and their families as the Canadian Human Right Tribunal (CHRT) issues the 8th non-compliance order regarding compensation for First Nations children, youth and families who have been harmed by the child welfare system.
- Learn about School is a Time for Dreams and how you can participate!
- Visit the new and improved website for our open-access journal, the First Peoples Child & Family Review.
- Check out Spirit Bear's second book, Fishing for Knowledge, Catching Dreams.
- Find out about the funding changes for First Nations child and family service agencies as per the CHRT rulings.
Are you interested in making a difference for First Nations children and youth? You can get involved at any time of the year.
67-million nights in foster care
October 16, 2019Cindy Blackstock: First Nations children and their families should receive some measure of justice without having to fight Canada for it. Why won’t Canada pay?
Blackface and an about-face: How Canada's promise of reconciliation went wrong
October 07, 2019Read Dr. Cindy Blackstock's Toronto Start Opinion piece: https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2019/10/07/black-face-and-about-face-how-canadas-promise-of-reconciliation-went-wrong.html