Ontario's Child Advocate Office Works to Close 27 Open Investigations as Province Shuts Down Office

Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Kenneth Jackson
APTN National News

Ontario’s child advocate’s office has 27 individual investigations currently on-going into group homes and foster care. Irwin Elman is not sure what will happen with his cases if he isn't able to finish the investigations before the government closes the office. While Elman couldn't comment on current investigations, APTN News disvoered that one of them appears to be Johnson Children’s Services (JCS), which operated three foster homes in Thunder Bay when Tammy Keeash died in May 2017. The three homes were closed after Keeash’s death, but had been investigated at least seven times within a year of her dying.

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