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Newfoundland: Minority parents and international entrepreneurs | Colin Singer

Tuesday, August 28, 2018 @ 9:50 AM | By Colin Singer

Visible minorities in Newfoundland and Labrador fear that the Children and Youth Care and Protection Act fails to account for cultural differences in parenting and caregiving. Parents say they are battling a misconception that they are too hard on their children or do not love them as much.

The challenges are leading to the unnecessary intervention of childcare authorities under the Children and Youth Care and Protection Act. Many of the problems come down to inherent differences in the way visible minorities show affection to or...