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From the Winnipeg Sun–A poll shows more than 90% of respondents believe more needs to be done to keep kids in Manitoba out of the child welfare system, while more than 80% believe that programs that keep kids with their birth families should be administered “no matter the cost.”

An Ipsos poll conducted on behalf of the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada (CAFC) showed that approximately 91% of those polled believe that more help is needed for at-risk families in Manitoba “to prevent family breakdown, and avoid children growing up in the government’s child welfare system.”

More than 80% of those polled also showed support for strong financial investments into programs that could keep kids out of care, as 84% said that early intervention programs should be carried out in Manitoba “no matter the cost” if they keep children out of government care.

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Children’s Aid Foundation Poll