To report suspected child maltreatment, call the agency or district office in the Department of Community Services nearest to you (see website). If you are not sure whom to contact, you can call the Nova Scotia Community Services head office at 1-877-424-1177. You can report suspected child maltreatment after regular business hours at: 1-866-922-2434.
To report suspected child maltreatment: Contact your local community social worker (visit website). In Yellowknife, call 867-873-7276 or 867-873-1929 after hours.
To report suspected child maltreatment: Contact your local community social worker (visit website). In Iqaluit, call 867-934-2123.
To report suspected child maltreatment, call your local Children’s Aid Society (CAS).
The Advocate protects and implements children and youth rights in the Yukon.
Toll-free: 1-800- 661-0408
Phone: 867-465-5575 in Whitehorse
To report suspected child maltreatment: call 867-667-3002 or 1-800-661-0408, local 3002 (24 hours).
Visit the website for more information about when and what to report.
To report suspected child maltreatment: call the local social service office for your area. In Saskatoon, call 1-877-884-1687 and in Regina call 306-787-3760.
The Commission helps children and youth receiving services under the Youth Protection Act or the Youth Criminal Justice Act to ensure that rights are being respected.
Phone: 514 873-5146
Toll free: 1 800 361-6477
TTY: 514 873-2648
To report suspected child maltreatment: call 1-877-341-3101. For after hours calls, phone 1-800-341-6868.
The New Brunswick Child & Youth Advocate helps children and youth receiving provincial government services if their rights are not being respected or they feel they are not being listened to.
Phone: (506) 453-2789
Toll-free: (888) 465-1100