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Youth in care web at Ottawa CAS.

The Children's Aid Society of Ottawa launched a website dedicated to the children and youth in care. The website was developed in collaboration with the Society's Youth Advisory Council and the Children's Aid Society Teens Group.

The bilingual website aims to provide transparent information and opportunities for decision-making on issues that impact youth.

The website includes information on youth rights and responsibilities, access to various bursaries, and helpful resource links for job searches and housing.

The website was developed by Mediaforce Services on donated time. www.youthcorner.ca
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Title Annotation:CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES
Publication:Community Action
Date:Oct 15, 2007
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