Canadian Centre for Men and Families
York Region

Canadian Centre for Men and Families
York Region

“Support for legislation to create a presumption of equal shared parenting in child custody cases has increased since 2017” -Nanos National Survey (2022)

If you have been following us for a while, you know that we support what is in the best interest of children. Evidence shows that shared parenting agreements are what allow children to develop and grow in the best way possible after a separation or divorce. We have explored benefits in the past including psychological wellbeing, reduced criminal behaviour, educational and economic success, and reduced likelihood of domestic violence in a child’s future when they have equal access to both parents. Not only are shared parenting agreements in the best interest of the children and their future, but it is what they truly deserve as humans with rights. According to the Nanos national survey, the number of Canadians who agree with us is steadily increasing. You, as well as these Canadians, have a voice and a vote. Now is the time to tell parliament how you feel by voting for equal shared parenting! Check outhttps://www.complexfamilylaw.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/1602031/2022/03/2022_2077_ESP_WG_Omni_Populated_Report.pdf

to learn more. 

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