Equality means equality for everyone.
On Saturday and Sunday the Canadian Centre for Men and Families tabled for the first time at the Cabbagetown Street Festival which takes place along Parliament Street in Toronto. This was a great experience and a terrific opportunity to raise awareness in our own neighborhood of the services being offered at the Centre. We met
This is a game changer for male victims of domestic violence. With your support, we just became the first men’s charity authorized to provide legal aid certificates to domestic violence victims Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) has a long-running program to supply victims of domestic violence special certificates granting access to lawyers paid for by the
by Scott, a dedicated Canadian Centre for Men and Families volunteer I was proud to volunteer to help represent the Canadian Centre for Men and Families at the Dundas street festival this month. I reached out to some men who will find CCMF quite helpful, especially one trauma survivor who happened to be walking by.
Introducing Kirija Balachandran, Our Client Manager and Summer Intern I would like to thank you all for the warm welcome and take this as an opportunity to introduce myself. I am currently working towards my Social Service Worker Diploma at Seneca College. I also have a degree from York University majoring in Law & Society
MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE In response to Toronto Pride – BLM Controversy, CAFE Shares Message of Inclusion TORONTO, ON — (July 11, 2016) – Pride is a celebration of diversity and inclusion. The Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE) supports both. These are the guiding principles in all of our work, efforts and services.