* New Report--At the beginning of October, designated Child Abuse
Prevention Month, the Canadian Incidence Study of Reported Child Abuse
and Neglect (CIS) was released. The study highlighted a startling 125
percent increase in substantiated abuse and neglect cases. Commenting
on both media and public reaction, as well as decoding the numbers, CIS
principal investigator, Dr. Nico Trocmé, reflects on the implications
for Canada's at-risk children. To read the full report and have
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