Protecting children in Algoma
for over 100 years

Children's Aid Society of Algoma

Doing Business with CAS

Broader Public Sector Accountability

Goal: To ensure an ethical, professional and accountable BPS supply chain

Broader Public Sector Perquisite Directive

In accordance with the Ontario Government’s Broader Public Service Perquisite Directive to use or provide perquisites (perks) by a provincially funded agency such as the Children’s Aid Society of Algoma, the type and value of the perquisite must be disclosed on the Society’s public website.  The Children’s Aid Society of Algoma has nothing to report and does not provide perquisites to employees or volunteers.  

Travel Expenses Policy

This policy applies to any of the following individuals who may incur personal and miscellaneous expenses in the course of their work for and with the Society, including:
• Appointees
• Board Members
• Non-Union Employees
• Employees (who are entitled to reimbursement in accordance with the Collective Agreement)
• Consultants and Contractors engaged by the Society
Registering a Complaint/Appeal
You Have Rights

If you have a question or concern about the services you are receiving from the Children’s Aid Society of Algoma, or you think a mistake has been made, there are three ways you can be heard....Click on the link to the right to review your options.


Privacy Act

Starting January 1, 2020, if you or your family has received help or support from a Children’s Aid Society, group home or other child and family service provider in Ontario, you have the right to see and ask for corrections to your personal information in your file. Under Ontario’s child and family services law, service providers must let you know how your personal information will be used and tell you how they might share it. They must also make sure any personal information they get from you stays private and let you know if it has been lost, shared, stolen or viewed when it shouldn’t be.

If you have any questions or concerns…Click on the IPC It's About You - Your File and Your Rights Under Ontario's Child and Family Service Law PDF document link to the right for information on how to contact the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario.