Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, the Minister of Community Services provides child welfare services under the mandate of the Children and Family Services Act (1990)There are 18 provincial offices within four regions of the province and one First Nations child welfare agency. These agencies receive reports of child abuse and neglect and offer child protection and support services to children and families within the district. For more information, please see the information sheet on Nova Scotia's child welfare system.

Title Authors Year of Publication
Report
2017 Report Card on Child and Family Poverty in Nova Scotia

Frank, Lesley
Saulnier Christine

Report
Provincial/Territorial Protocol On Children, Youth and Families Moving Between Provinces and Territories

Government of British Columbia
Government of Alberta
Government of Manitoba
Government of Saskatchewan
Government of New Brunswick
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Government of Nova Scotia
Government of Prince Edward Island
Government of Northwest Territories
Government of Nunavut
Government of Yukon
Government of Ontario

Information Sheet
Nova Scotia's child welfare system

Nutton, Jennifer
Fast, Elizabeth
Sinha, Vandna

Report
Our Kids Are Worth It: Our Fifth Year-- Strategy for Children and Youth

Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

Report
Case Processing Times in Nova Scotia Youth Court

Policy, Planning and Research Nova Scotia Department of Justice

Information Sheet
First Nations Child Welfare in Nova Scotia

Kozlowski, Anna
Sinha, Vandna
Glode, Joan
MacDonald, Nancy

Report
Child & Youth Strategy 2nd Annual Provincial Symposium: Summary Report

Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

Report
Nova Scotia Early Childhood Development Report 2008–2010 & Child Well-Being Report 2009

Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

Report
Our Kids Are Worth It: Our Fourth Year-- Strategy for Children and Youth

Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

Report
The Nova Scotia Child Poverty Report Card 2010

Frank, Leslie