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Gender-based violence workers say ‘static funding’ can’t keep up with increasing caseloads
Anti-sexual violence workers said Tory and Liberal policies haven’t left them with enough resources to do their jobs properly — especially as their caseloads have spiked during the pandemic. The Toronto Rape Crisis Centre has seen a real-dollar increase of $5,800/year over the last decade, counsellor Naomi Martey said at a press conference at Queen’s […]
Published Aug 4, 2022 at 4:52pm
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