1979 Ottawa Citizen
The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada28 Mar 1983, Mon • Page 13
Is Today’s Child still active?
Today’s Child is a monthly photolisting feature published in the Toronto Star. It is a Ministry of Children and Youth Services program, supported by AdoptOntario™.
As a child-focused recruitment strategy, Today’s Child is intended to help raise awareness about the need for permanent families for children in foster care while also seeking a family for a specific child.
All Today’s Child publications in the Toronto Star must be approved by an adoption officer of the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Private and International Adoption Unit, and a designate from the Communications Branch of that Ministry. The Toronto Star editorial department reserves the right to edit the profiles as some privacy laws dictate how a child is presented and may also dictate the wording that can be used to describe a child. AdoptOntario clinical coordinators work with the ministry staff to complete the column each month.
Newspaper Columns of the Past- Today’s Child- Helen Allen
Adoption 1960’s Style –MJ Whittaker
Sad Memories of the Waifs and Strays Society
Canadians Just Wanted to Use me as a Scullery-Maid
Laundry Babies – Black Market Baby BMH 5-7-66
Did You Know About Dr. Barnardo’s Baby’s Castle? British Home Children — Home Boys
More Unwed Mother Stories — Peacock Babies
British Home Children – Quebec Assoc click
Ontario East British Home Child Family click
British Home Children Advocacy & Research Association click
The Wright Brothers– British Home Children
Home Boys and Family–Mallindine Family — Larry Clark
Clippings of the Barnardo Home Boys and Girls