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Little SS’s well-being and the protection

of her future should be the central issue.

The Ministry of Children and Family Development has repeatedly gone on the record as stating they are the child’s legal guardian. They speak of best interests of the child but have taken no steps to address the issue in substance.
last updated 24/11/2016

B.C. Métis Toddler barred from cultural event |

Globalnews.ca

Breaking News

The Ministry of Children and Family

Development aided by the British

Columbia Ministry of Justice and Public

Guardian and Trustee have conspired to

rip an innocent child from her family and

aboriginal heritage and send her to

strangers in Ontario.

Mr. Ray Ferris is an expert in child protection and child welfare matters. A graduate of the University of London England, Mr. Ferris worked for many years as a registered social worker and a supervisor in child protection in the service of British Columbia. He expressed his expert opinion in an article printed in the Times Colonist. Joe Desjarlais is the author of a seminar called Métis Connect and is the current secretary of the BC Métis Federation. He wrote a passionate article on SS’s situation. Ron Unruh maintains a blog that has illustrated inconsistencies in MCFD’s execution of it’s duties. Read Ron’s blog here. SS was adopted into our family by way of aboriginal custom as supported by the Adoption Act and the Constitution of Canada.

British Columbia's Children's Ministry has barred a Métis toddler

at the centre of a cross-country adoption battle from attending

a cultural gathering in her honour.

Heartbreaking story of Island family fighting to

keep Métis toddler | Cheknews.ca

Landmark case sees Sidney foster family fighting to keep Métis

toddler in the only home she's ever known. Tess van Straaten

reports.

Taken by Force: Foster parents lose fight to

keep Métis toddler | ctv.ca

The Métis foster mother of a three-year-old Métis child plans

to head to Canada’s Supreme Court to get back a family

member she says was “taken by force.”

News
last updated 24/11/2016
© LIttle Creek 2016
All Rights Reserved
Bring SS Home!
Home News Poem Gallery Contact

News

Little SS’s well-being and the protection

of her future should be the central issue.

The Ministry of Children and Family Development has repeatedly gone on the record as stating they are the child’s legal guardian. They speak of best interests of the child but have taken no steps to address the issue in substance.

B.C. Métis Toddler barred from cultural event |

Globalnews.ca

Breaking News

The Ministry of Children and Family

Development aided by the British

Columbia Ministry of Justice and Public

Guardian and Trustee have conspired

to rip an innocent child from her

family and aboriginal heritage and send

her to strangers in Ontario.

Mr. Ray Ferris is an expert in child protection and child welfare matters. A graduate of the University of London England, Mr. Ferris worked for many years as a registered social worker and a supervisor in child protection in the service of British Columbia. He expressed his expert opinion in an article printed in the Times Colonist. Joe Desjarlais is the author of a seminar called Métis Connect and is the current secretary of the BC Métis Federation. He wrote a passionate article on SS’s situation. Ron Unruh maintains a blog that has illustrated inconsistencies in MCFD’s execution of it’s duties. Read Ron’s blog here. SS was adopted into our family by way of aboriginal custom as supported by the Adoption Act and the Constitution of Canada.

British Columbia's Children's Ministry has barred a Métis toddler

at the centre of a cross-country adoption battle from attending

a cultural gathering in her honour.

Heartbreaking story of Island family fighting to

keep Métis toddler | Cheknews.ca

Landmark case sees Sidney foster family fighting to keep Métis

toddler in the only home she's ever known. Tess van Straaten

reports.

Taken by Force: Foster parents lose fight to

keep Métis toddler | ctv.ca

The Métis foster mother of a three-year-old Métis child plans to

head to Canada’s Supreme Court to get back a family member

she says was “taken by force.”

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