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Canadian Children's Rights Council - Conseil canadien des droits des enfants

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Parental Alienation Awareness Day - April 25th

Parental Alienation Awareness Day is April 25th

About Parental Alienation Awareness Day

About the organization that started Parental Alienation Awareness Day

The Parental Alienation Awareness Organization ( PAAO ) was founded by Sarvy Emo of Oakville, Ontario Canada, who learned about Parental Alienation in 2005 through her experience with her close friend's children. Both she and her close friend were targets of Parental Alienation behaviours.

Because most people do not know about Parental Alienation until they experience it, the Parental Alienation Awareness Organization was stared to raise awareness and provide education about this growing problem.

Their goal is to educate the general public, schools, police, mental health counsellors, religious leaders, as well as the perpetrators who may be unaware of how the negative effect of their alienating behaviours harms children. Their goal is education. They believe that with education comes understanding, and will result in lessening the emotional and mental abuse of children.

Barrie Advance

'Bat Girl' arrested after publicity stunt

Barrie Advance, Barrie, Ontario, by Rick Vanderlinde, Staff, April 25, 2009

A woman dressed as Bat Girl climbed to the top of the water tower at the Cookstown Outlet Mall jut before noon Saturday and unfurled a banner in the name of Fathers for Justice.

Firefighters from Bradford West Gwillimbury used an aerial ladder truck to climb to an upper platform of the tower to bring the unidentified woman down. More..