Reporting & Monitoring for Child or Family Services

Openness and accountability are key priorities for the Government of British Columbia. To that end, the Ministry of Children and Family Development publishes a number of reports intended to strengthen and enhance our practice.

Openness and accountability are key priorities for the Government of British Columbia. To that end, the Ministry of Children and Family Development publishes a number of reports intended to strengthen and enhance our practice. Readers are encouraged to review the following public reports to gain information about the context for residential care in B.C., and current data about the Province's care of children and youth.

Special Reports


Residential Review Project Final Report (PDF)


Performance Management Reports


Family Roots


Community Poverty Reduction


Open Data

 

 

Plecas Review

On July 24, 2015, Bob Plecas was asked to lead an independent review into matters arising from a Supreme Court ruling around a family involved with the Ministry of Children and Family Development.  Part One of this review is intended to help inform the improvement of child protection in B.C.

How You Can Benefit

Filing your income tax and benefit return can open the door to benefits and credits such as the GST/HST credit or the Canada child tax benefit – even if you have no income to report.

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