Report abuse by Algoma CAS to


Here is a recent screen shot of their web site.

ALGOMA CASThis CAS operates over a very large area.

 That means many parent are unable to visit their children, legal air resources are space and in the courts where they operate, the judges treat CAS authority.

The problem is, across Ontario, Child Protection Workers are notorious for Fabricating Evidence and intentionally placing children at a risk of harm.

If you know of lawyers who you can reccomend for CAS matters in the Algoma CAS district email

Sault Ste. Marie Head Office 191 Northern Ave. East Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6B 4H8 Telephone:  705-949-0162 Fax:            705-949-4747

Family Services 
405 Queen Street East Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 1Z5         Telephone:  705-949-0162  Fax:            705-541-9872
Legal Services
 405 Queen Street East  Sault Ste. Marie, ON  P6A 1Z5      Telephone:  705-949-0162 Fax:            705-541-9616
North Algoma
31 Algoma Street Wawa, ON P0S 1K0                                  Telephone:  705-856-2960  Fax:            705-856-7379


8, 2nd Street Apt. 7 Hornepayne, ON P0M 1Z0                     Telephone: 807-868-2624

 East Algoma 29 Manitoba Road Elliot Lake, ON                     Telephone: 705-848-8000 Fax:           705-848-5145

9 Lawton Street  Blind River, ON P0R 1B0                              Telephone:   705-356-1464  Fax:             705-356-0773

Note: The Algoma Children's Aid Society directly employ hundreds of people and many more indirectly on contracts that can range from cleaners, teachers to occassional court filers. Most of these staff have no direct effect on Child Protection as it is called.

Rule 1. Never have any conversation with a CYC worker. Anything you say will most probably take priority in their notes and what they write could be what the Child Protection Worker or his or her supervisor "wants to see" to hide their own dirty deeds.


Working for a Cult like criminal organization can be tough. The staff at the Algoma CAS constantly change. Anyone they don't like gets the boot or leaves.

If you meet  a former CAS employee, have some empathy for what they have to go though.

If you have to meet anyone from the CAS, make sure you ask the worker for their card, please scan the card in jpg and send us a copy .

or Call Local Ottawa Number  (613) 366-7580