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March 10, 2021

Advocacy group helping children recover from abuse, violence, expanding

The Toba Centre’s annual funding was more than doubled by the province as part of the newly-minted […]

March 9, 2021

Stop Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week

Today, to mark Stop Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week,  Families Minister Rochelle Squires announced Toba […]

February 9, 2021

COVID-19 is Leading to More Abuse of Children

Our Executive Director, Christy Dzikowicz talks to CTV Morning Live about the Toba Centre name […]

January 21, 2021

Snowflake Place Changes Its Name to Toba Centre for Children & Youth

Snowflake Place is officially changing its name to Toba Centre for Children & Youth. The […]

December 22, 2020

To Know Better is to do Better

By Sheldon Kennedy, Winnipeg Free Press

Sheldon Kennedy shares his thoughts on the six-part Winnipeg Free Press series, A Stain on Our Game.

December 22, 2020

Where is the Outrage?

By Christy Dzikowicz, Winnipeg Free Press

At a time in history when individuals have access to an unprecedented number of ways to have their voices heard on any issue, we are silent when it comes to child sexual abuse. We need to find a voice and take action to prevent child sexual abuse, because this problem is not going away.

December 1, 2020

A Stain on Our Game

Winnipeg Free Press Special Issue

A six-part investigative series on Graham James; from his formative years growing up in St. James, to his time as a substitute teacher, and from his first foray into coaching minor hockey to his ultimate downfall. This series attempts to change the narrative by giving voice to victims and asking questions of those who knew or ought to have known what was happening on their watch.

September 25, 2020

Tethered by trauma, driven by truth

By Melissa Martin, Winnipeg Free Press

Nearly four decades after he helped send a battered four-year-old girl’s abusive father to jail, a former cop helps a Winnipeg woman fill in the blanks of her tortured childhood.

September 1, 2020

New Board Brings Community Perspective to Toba Centre for Children & Youth

September 2020 brought a fresh perspective to the Toba Centre for Children & Youth with […]