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The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB)

The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB) conducts reviews and hearings on a number of matters that affect children, youth and families in Ontario.

The CFSRB operates under the jurisdiction of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017, Education Act and Intercountry Adoption Act.

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB)

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Board (CICB) assesses financial compensation for victims and family members of deceased victims of violent crimes committed in Ontario. The CICB is an adjudicative tribunal created under the Compensation for Victims of Crime Act.

 The Custody Review Board (CRB);

If you are a young person who was charged with an offence that occurred when you were under 18, you may be able to apply to the Custody Review Board for:

  • a review of your placement
  • a review of your transfer from a place of open custody to a place of secure custody
  • a review of the decision by the Provincial Director to deny your request for a temporary release or reintegration leave from a custody facility.

Your Legal Rights

What are my rights as a youth in the care of a children’s aid society (CAS)?

  • You can be involved in important decisions about your medical treatment, education, training, work programs, religion, transfer to another residence or your discharge.  This means you have a right to be consulted and express your preferences.
  • You can visit or speak in private with your family unless a court order does not allow it or a court order allows the CAS to make decisions about family visits on your behalf.
  • You can speak in private with and have visits from, your lawyer, the Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth, a member of the provincial legislature, or another person representing you.
  • You have the right to reasonable privacy and possession of your personal property.
  • You have the right to nutritious meals, regular medical and dental care, appropriate good quality clothing, and to take part in recreational sports and activities.
  • You have the right to practice your religion and learn more about it.
  • You have the right to know about the process for addressing complaints regarding your rights in care.


Family, child or youth-related affairs/matters can be some of the most stressful events of a person’s life. At C.L.O.M.S. we strive to make this experience easier by empowering our clients to make informed decisions. Our experienced legal representatives guide our clients through Ontario’s family law system with compassion and understanding, while still aggressively protecting their rights. 


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