|Title||Authors||Year||Type of Publication|
|'Not so Easy to Navigate': A Report on the Complex Array of Income Security Programs and Eductional Planning for Children in Care in Ontario||
Stapleton, J. & Tweedle, A.
|Academic and social outcomes for high-risk youths in Manitoba||
Brownell, Marni D.
|Access visits: Perceptions of child protection workers, foster parents and children who are Crown Wards||
|Brief Report on Income and Employment: Based on the Link Program Evaluation Study||
|Building Community: A Conceptual Framework for Child Protection||
|Burden of Dysthymia and Comorbid Illness in Adults in a Canadian Primary Care Setting: High Rates of Psychiatric Illness in the Offspring||
|Characteristics of Young Parents Investigated and Opened for Ongoing Services in Child Welfare||
|Child and family poverty in Canada: Implications for child welfare research||
de Boer, Kaila
|Child Maltreatment Investigations Involving Parents with Cognitive Impairments in Canada||
|Child protection workers' experiences of working with high-conflict separating families||
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