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  • You’re Invited to Our Exciting August Events!

    You’re Invited to Our Exciting August Events! 1. Next Presentation: Minority Men Against the Law (Aug 20 @ 7PM) 2. Mindfulness Meditation for Men (Aug 5 or 7, @ 7PM) 3. Men, Masculinity and Gender Discussion Group (Aug 5 @ 6PM) 4. Volunteers Meetings (Aug 6 @ 7PM) All events take place at the Canadian
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  • Shenalie Fernando Appointed Chief Operations Officer

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    Shenalie Fernando Appointed Chief Operations Officer We are very excited to announce that Shenalie Fernando will be joining us over the next 6 weeks to oversee a variety of critical jobs at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families. We welcome Shenalie to our team and look forward to her contributions to our growing agency.
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  • Assessing the needs of boys and men: We want to hear from you

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    Introduction The social service needs of adolescent boys and young men have received little attention in the research literature. Consequently, services for members of this population are sparse and may not be meeting their actual needs.  Services that address identified needs and work to circumvent existing barriers to access would encourage greater utilization and be
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  • Toronto Star Ignores Systematic Legal Biases Against Men

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    Read the Toronto Star’s Ontario mom in messy custody case wins in court but still faces battle Anne’s story pales in comparison to the blatant discrimination that thousands of father’s face in the family and criminal court justice system every day. The very fact the Star decided to cherry pick this story about one mother
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  • Centre for Men Published in Abuse Awareness Magazine

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    A huge congrats to our Outreach and Communications Director Denise Fong on having her first editorial published in Abuse Awareness Magazine, which is published by the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. You can find the article, “From Advocacy to Action: On Launching the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness,” at the front of the issue here. Denise
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