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December 20, 2022
20 December 2022
A 10-year-old boy was found malnourished and living in squalor in October 2018 but the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto refused to take him into their custody, prompting “horrified” police officers to step in.
Toronto children's aid 'repeatedly failed to comply with child protection standards'
September 13, 2022
13 September 2022
Niagara Region implemented all 16 recommendations from J. Paul Dubé’s report
August 15, 2022
15 August 2022
Ontario Ombudsman Paul Dubé has renewed his call for standardized and mandatory training for police officers in deescalation for dealing with people in crisis.
August 10, 2022
10 August 2022
Inmates in Ontario jails were only allowed to leave their cells for 30 minutes a day during lockdowns, according to Ontario’s annual Ombudsman report.
Paul Dubé says he’s considering second investigation if he doesn’t see progress.
May 4, 2022
4 May 2022
Ontario 'deliberately avoided transparency' in planning and implementing closures: Ombudsman report
April 27, 2022
27 April 2022
The Ontario Ombudsman released a report that includes 16 recommendations after finding the provincial government’s plan and implementation to close two Northern Ontario youth custody and detention programs lacked transparency, communication, and consultation with Indigenous groups and communities
April 26, 2022
26 April 2022
Provincial government officials “deliberately avoided transparency” when they abruptly closed two youth jails in northern Ontario last year, leaving staff in the dark while failing to consider the best interests of the Indigenous youth who had to be suddenly transferred, Ontario’s Ombudsman concluded on Tuesday.
The government was wrong and unreasonable in how it closed custody and detention programs at youth justice facilities in Ontario's northwest region last year, the provincial ombudsman has concluded.
March 31, 2022
31 March 2022
The Sudbury university eliminated 29 French-language programs in April 2021
Commissioner Kelly Burke found Laurentian University, Ministry of Francophone Affairs and the Ministry of Colleges and Universities failed to meet their obligations under the legislation
A new report says Laurentian University, the Ministry of Francophone Affairs and the Ministry of Colleges and Universities neglected their obligations under the law when French language programs were cut.
January 10, 2022
10 January 2022
Fairness, logistics, services, and communication are tool standards