On April 30, 2018 the new Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 came into effect, replacing the Child and Family Services Act. The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB) has amended its forms and Rules of Procedure to reflect the changes in legislation and our ongoing commitment to improve access to the CFSRB’s […]
The Child and Family Services Review Board (CFSRB) has posted amended Rules of Procedure for review and comment by members of the community and its stakeholders. These amendments were prepared in anticipation of the coming into force of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act, 2017 and our ongoing commitment to improve transparency and access […]
Jennifer Scott has been appointed Associate Chair, Child and Family Services Review Board and Custody Review Board effective February 22, 2017. Jennifer has been a vice chair with the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO) since 2012. Before joining the HRTO, she served as both counsel and vice chair at the CFSRB and CRB. Her […]
Starting October 21, 2016, all mail for the Child and Family Services Review Board should be sent to: 655 Bay Street, 14th floorToronto, ON M7A 2A3 The phone and fax numbers have not changed. To drop off a document or speak to someone in person about your file or the application process, visit 655 Bay […]
Postal service may be disrupted. If this happens, you can file an application or send us information in one of these ways: By email: email@example.com By fax: 416-327-0558 By courier: 1075 Bay Street, 7th floor, Toronto, Ontario M5S 2B1 In person: 1075 Bay Street, 7th floor, Toronto You are still responsible for making sure the […]
The Child and Family Services Review Board has a new website that makes information about CFSRB easier to find and easier to understand. The new site is written in simpler language, is more accessible to users with disabilities and is easier to navigate on mobile devices. CFSRB joins five other Social Justice Tribunals Ontario (SJTO) […]
Our offices will be closed on Monday, April 2 for Easter Monday.
There are two parts to the rules that govern the procedures of the Board. Part I is the SJTO Common Rules and Part II is the CFSRB specific rules. The SJTO Common Rules are grounded in the core adjudicative values and principles of the SJTO which govern the work of the cluster. Common Rules provide […]