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The federal Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families came into force as a law on January 1, 2020. It creates a process for First Nations to pass their own laws and establishes national standards that all child welfare providers across Canada must meet. This includes protecting a child or youth’s cultural identity and connections, and looking at how any child welfare action will affect a child or youth over the course of their full life. It also requires child welfare providers to involve young people in planning for their future. 
The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) invites young people, between the ages of 12 to 30 years, to complete the following survey. SCO is seeking your input on the topic of aging out of child welfare.
Your responses will remain anonymous. The information you provide will help SCO make plans and recommendations for the child welfare system.
To thank you for your time, we will be sending you a $20 gift card. If you would like to receive the gift card, please ensure to provide your complete mailing address at the end of the survey.
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