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Audience: General Public Formats: PDF Tags: child deaths OCYA government responses

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February 1, 2019

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On October 30, 2018, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) released 17-Year-Old Susan: An Investigative Review. Children’s Services publicly responded to this report and its recommendations.


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February 1, 2019

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On October 30, 2018, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) released 14-Year-Old Lee Serious Injury: An Investigative Review. Children’s Services publicly responded to this report and its recommendations.


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February 1, 2019

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On October 30, 2018, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) released 19-Year-Old Dakota: An Investigative Review. Children’s Services publicly responded to this report and its recommendations.


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May 1, 2018

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On November 6, 2017, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) released the report Beyond Trauma: Disrupting Cycles, Effecting Change, an investigative review examining the lives of three Indigenous teenaged girls who died over a period of seven months in 2015.


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April 1, 2018

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In 2015, a 17-year-old youth living in a community-based open custody group home died by suicide. At the time of his death, Donovan was receiving child intervention services under. a custody agreement with youth. The OCYA’s report makes two recommendations regarding staff awareness and use of the...


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April 1, 2018

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On October 30, 2017, the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) released a report entitled 15-Year-Old Jimmy: An Investigative Review. The report is a review of the life of a youth who had an open intake and was in the care of his guardian at the time of his death. The OCYA’s report makes...


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December 7, 2017

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In 2014, a 17-year-old youth died by suicide. Though the youth was not receiving child intervention services at the time of her death, she and her family had been involved with Children’s Services in the past. The Advocate’s report, 17-Year-Old-Onessa: An Investigative Review, makes one...