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It is not what a lawyer tells me I may do; but what humanity, reason, and justice tell me I ought to do.

— Edmund Burke

We Won't Back Down

See what children and their families are doing to fight back against the Children's Aid Society (CAS) and the family courts (Video)

The unlawful detention of children at schools by school officials and CAS workers

This document is a must read for parents and school officials regarding the unlawful detention and interrogation of children by CAS workers in Ontario Schools

Questions & Answers for school officials regarding CAS at children's schools

This must read document for teachers and school officials answers many of the questions that school officials have about CAS in their schools

Questions & Answers for Police regarding involvement with CAS workers

This must read document for police officers answers many of the questions that law enforcement officials have about dealing with CAS workers. (Coming soon)

The Unlawful Practice of Social Work by CAS workers in Ontario

This document written by child and family justice advocate Vernon Beck outlines how most Childrens Aid Society workers in Ontario are breaking the law

Understanding the Children's Aid Society - A historical analysis

This document written by Michael Reid reviews the development of CAS in Ontario since the 1800's and its troubling past

How to launch a lawsuit against teachers or the School Board

This document will outline the steps for parents to launch a civil lawsuit against teachers or the local school board for allowing CAS workers to question their children at school without informed consent (coming soon)

A Child's Guide to Ontario's Office of the Children's Lawyer

This document will answer questions about the children's lawyer and show kids how to stand up against incompetent lawyers(coming soon)

What you Can Do to Help

A new section with initiatives for readers showing them how to get involved will be added soon. Please stay tuned.

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Notice of No Trespassing form to prevent CAS workers from coming to your home without notice

In many cases, children and parents are inconvenienced by Children’s Aid Agency workers showing up at their doors unannounced to question or to conduct an inspection of a home. In most cases, CAS workers are doing this to see if they can catch parents unexpected and to catch them with dirty dishes and messy houses. It’s all part of the over-zealous activities of many CAS workers, most of whom are not properly registered and working in violation to the law.

The attached Notice of No Trespassing form to prevent Children’s Aid Society workers from entering private property form and attached materials are intended to prevent the unwanted and often intrusive unannounced home visits by CAS workers.

Under Ontario’s Trespass to Property Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. T.21 parents who are willing to stand up against the children’s aid society and who are willing to fight for their rights can take steps to ensure that Children’s Aid Society Workers do not come on to their property without contacting them first by phone. Any tenant or property owner can advise a CAS agency that workers are not to come on their property without prior consent. Attached in a pdf file is information to show parents how they can put an end to the unlawful harassment of children and parents at their homes by CAS workers.

With the Notice of No Trespass in effect, CAS workers can ONLY enter your home under section 40 of the child and family services Act which is limited to lawfully apprehending a child. Parents should ensure that they are providing proper care for their children at all times.

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I think this is a very worthy idea, however if you look at the wording of the existing legislation it states the following:

2. (1) Every person who is not acting under a right or authority conferred by law and who,

This means, if another law or statute permits them to enter, the Tresspass Act does not apply.

For example:

Subsection 39 (7) of the Child and Family Services Act clearly gives a right or authority conferred by law to child protection workers, regardless of their status as a register or unregistered "Social Worker" to enter your premisis or property to "protect" a child as stated below:

Right of entry, etc.

(11) A child protection worker who believes on reasonable and probable grounds that a child referred to in subsection (7) is on any premises may without a warrant enter the premises, by force, if necessary, and search for and remove the child.

There are other similar provisions in the CFSA which give child protection workers and police -- who are acting as "Child Protection Workers" as permitted under the Act -- such permission to "Trespass". Sad, but true.

Just wanted to note this despite the obvious effort which has gone into this document.

 

Yes it says in the article that they can come in without notice to apprehend a child. That is correct and a child protection worker is only allowed to apprehend children. What this article is saying that they can not come in unannounced and check your house or go through your house or interview you or your children or give their famous recommendations without notice that they will be coming. CAS workers love just popping by so that they can catch you with your house messy or hopefully doing something wrong in their eyes so that they can open a case and be forever in your life.

 

so does this trespassing act work
even if cas has a court ordered supervision order
saying that they can come expected or unexpected

 

if there is an order then this section will not be able to be used. I personally used this section and thus the reason it has been posted here and yes it does work. They came to my home with 3 police officers and I instructed them in front of police to stay off of my property as they are private citizens working for a private corporation and do not have the authority to come on my property without a warrant or court order unless they are here to apprehend a child as a child protection worker under section 40 of the CFSA. I made the statement in front of the police stating that if they come on the property I will be placing them under arrest under the tresspass to property act. The police then instructed the workers to remain off of the property and told them that they could in fact be charged under this act and that I was within my rights. I must caution you though that this could lead to court action by them so before using this section of the law be absolutely certain there is nothing at all they could have a reason to believe a child may be in need of protection because they WILL then state they are apprehending based on you threatening to arrest them. If there is nothing at all to give a reason to apprehend and they do then you will now have grounds for a lawsuit and possible criminal charges against the CAS but keep in mind the police will also have to file there own report and version of events stating what they seen in the home which you will be able to obtain and use against the CAS in court.

 

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