Advocates will be preparing their own evaluation of the measures taken by Canada between 1998 and 2007 to protect child rights. The federal government submitted just such an evaluation to the United Nation last month. But, as reported exclusively by Public Eye, the British Columbia section of that report promotes programs that have been since cut by the Campbell administration. And it's been criticized by the province's independent children and youth representative Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond for omitting key information.
December 14, 2009