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Odyssey for Equality Arrives in Ontario and Quebec:
“This is a difficult time to be a boy growing up.” – Dr. James Brown, CAFE President.
Dr. Brown is the author of Rescuing Our Underachieving Boys, and several other publications dealing with how parents, the education system and society in general can help to deal with the crisis faced by men and boys in the current climate in society.
Let’s do a better job at educating our boys. Click here to learn more

CAFE Joins the Necktie Campaign:
Help us in urging the federal government to include men and boys in the upcoming inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
Special Update: Mi’kmaw Native Centre and Public Service Alliance of Canada Joins the Necktie Campaign
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Click here to read more and find out how you can help

Parental Alienation and Fatherlessness:
Our advisor Brian Ludmer, a prominent family law lawyer, has prepared a variety of resources and designed a blog on parental alienation. Brian was one of the drafters of Canada’s proposed equal shared parenting amendment, Bill C-560.
Click here for more information.

In the CAFE Blogs
  • CBC Checks in for CAFE Position on Sexual Exploitation of Boys

    When Courts Lets Off A Woman Who Had Sex with 14 Year Old Boy, CBC News Checked in for CAFE’s Response. Click Here for the full article. Justin Trottier, executive director of the Canadian Association ( CAFE), would not speculate on whether the outcome might be different if the accused were a man and the
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  • Child Soldiers: Whose Responsibility to Protect?

    Dr. Carolyn Filteau is Senior Researcher for the Canadian Centre for Men and Families at CAFE. Carolyn has been performing research work for CAFE for the last several months. She has a background in international relations with the UN. Recently she authored a paper on child soldiers entitled Child Soldiers: Whose Responsibility to Protect? The
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  • Healthy Families Week Photo Round Up

    Hi everyone,   During our first annual “Healthy Fathers Make Healthy Families” week, CAFE hosted or participated in seven events in seven days. Below and in a subsequent email are some photos showcasing some of our amazing volunteers hard at work on behalf of a great cause. Enjoy!   A very special thanks to Denise
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  • CAFE AGM Elects New Board of Directors

    CAFE AGM Elects New Board of Directors Thank you to the nearly 50 people who participated in our Annual General Meeting on June 15, 2017. We want to especially acknowledge all candidates in this year’s election for the Board of directors. The level of participation is testament to the growth of CAFE. The membership approved
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  • My Presentation to an All Girls Class

    I had a great time last week presenting on men’s issues to a classroom at the Toronto all girls school Madonna Catholic Secondary School. The invitation came from four students as part of their class project around gender equality. The response was overwhelmingly positive. The questions were intelligent and sympathetic, including queries regarding the biggest
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  • Get CAFE to the International Shared Parenting Conference 2017!

    Help Ensure Full Canadian Participation in the International Shared Parenting Conference 2017!The International Shared Parenting Conference in Boston May 29-30 is shaping up to be a landmark event, bringing together most of the world’s leading researchers focused on improving the welfare of children in separated and divorced families. Father involvement is a key area of
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