Provincial Reporting Guidelines

 

The age range for the age of protection differs from one province and territory to another, according to the laws of each. Click here to see the age range for the purposes of protection in each province and territory.

Provincial Reporting Guidelines


Alberta - Responding to Child Abuse

British Columbia - The B.C. Handbook for Action on Child Abuse and Neglect

Manitoba - Reporting of Child Protection and Child Abuse Handbook and Protcols

New Brunswick - Be Vigilant, Report Child Abuse (Booklet) / Soyez vigilant, signalez toute violence faite aux enfants

Newfoundland & Labrador - 
Child Abuse Reporting: See it. Report it. It's the Law

Northwest Territories - What to do if you think a child is being abused or neglected

Nova Scotia - 
Child Welfare Services Brochure

Nunavut - 
Child Protection 

Ontario - Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect 

PEI - 
Child Sexual Abuse Protocol

      - Neighbours, Friends, and Families: You Can Help Prevent and Respond to Abuse in your Community

Quebec - 
FILING A REPORT WITH THE DYP IS ALREADY PROTECTING A CHILD When / how to file a report?

            - FAIRE UN SIGNALEMENT AU DPJ, C’EST DÉJÀ PROTÉGER UN ENFANT Quand et comment signaler 

Saskatchewan - Provincial Child Abuse Protocol 2014 - Social Services

Yukon - Reporting Child Abuse


Elder Abuse Provincial Guidelines 
Reporting Elder Abuse 
Source: A Practical Guide to Elder Abuse and Neglect Law in Canada, from the Canadian Centre for Elder Law, A Division of the British Columbia Law Institute, July 2011, http://www.bcli.org/ccel

Provincial and Territorial resources on elder abuse
Resources, organizations, people you can call for each province and territory if you suspect elder abuse.