BC Cases About Social Workers Disagreeing With Parents About When Children Can Be Unsupervised (broken link)

February 2020. Vancouver Sun article: "Too young to ride the bus alone? Vancouver dad disagrees" (broken link) September 15, 2015. BC Supreme Court - court judgment: BC Supreme Court Decision B.R. v. K.K. - (the 'Home Alone' Terrace BC Case)…

Who decides when children are old enough to be alone: parents or social workers?

Who decides when children are old enough to be alone: parents or social workers? The 2015 Terrace BC 'home alone' case set the precedent that no child under 10 can be alone anywhere ever. It all started with a neighbour…

Children & Youth Harmed by Child Protection Services

Current family laws that define "abuse" and "risk" are vague, over-broad, and arbitrary and thus may violate the 'principles of fundamental justice' of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Parents' Charter rights to a fair trial are not addressed.…

Legal fight against BC Ministry of Child and Family Development apprehension of Metis children

February 22, 2018 Globe & Mail article: BC Supreme Court order providing Indigenous mother daily access to newborn could set national precedent December 14, 2019 Globe & Mail front page feature article: No way out: How a mother is fighting…