Ontario just took a major step in its commitment to create a province free from domestic and sexual violence by launching a new strategy that will help support survivors and end the cycle of violence.
Alongside Harinder Malhi, Minister of the Status of Women and Michael Coteau, Minister of Community and Social Services, I had the pleasure to launch It’s Never Okay: Ontario’s Gender-Based Violence Strategy.
This comprehensive new strategy will help survivors and families get the support they need, when they need it, as well as help to prevent violence by intervening early. The strategy will focus on four key areas:
I want to thank all those who have made this possible and we look forward to our joint efforts in making Ontrio a safe place for all women.
For more information on the program, visit: https://news.ontario.ca/owd/en/2018/03/its-never-okay-ontarios-gender-based-violence-strategy.html
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