Monday, November 26, 2012
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Sunday, November 11, 2012
I am deeply concerned. I am also confounded. I have respect for all who opt to work for the welfare of children and families. I applaud all who do their work effectively. I am puzzled each time I become aware of cases that have been handled badly by administrators or social workers. I hear the voices of so many parents and advocates for parents and their children that I have come to the conclusion that our own British Columbia Ministry of Children and Family Development is damaged.
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Help Bring little Autistic girl back to her daddy." You will find informative dialogue throughout the page.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The pre-trial hearing date has been scheduled for November 23rd, in preparation for a trial for the trial scheduled for December 7th.
Ayn Van Dyk is ten years old and she was removed from her biological father’s custody and care in June 2011. Only now at the end of 2012, does her case come before a judge. All of this time MCFD has been able to defend its management of this case by using legislation that empowers it to care for the best interests of children and this case their procedure has been to withhold her family from her.
Please reflect on the cruelty of a system that permits a Ministry such as MCFD to take a child away from her parents, siblings and home and hold her for 18 months her case can be properly adjudicated for cause or legitimacy.