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Parental Alienation Syndrome, PAS, Child Abuse, Divorce, Family Law Reform, Custody, Shared Parenting, Shared Custody, Child Abduction, Advocacy, child support, grandparent rights, children rights, fathers rights, mothers rights, Access, Visitation 

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This Child advocacy Site has been established to provide a National Resource for all groups in Canada who are advocating for a child's right not to be abused, manipulated, alienated, or denied the emotional and physical contact or support from their fathers or mothers.  To provide information to other Canadian advocacy groups, grandparents, fathers, children, mothers, and non-custodial parent on custody, divorce, child abuse, shared parenting, visitation, access, family law, child support, parental alienation syndrome, family law reform, children rights, counseling, and child abduction,  To hold, lawyers, judges, politicians, and persons in authority accountable for allowing the rights of Canadian Children and Parent's to be ignored because of ignorance or political pressure. Working with and uniting all Canadian  children's and Parent advocacy groups by eliminating divisionary politics and reform of the divorce law in Canada to provide shared parenting and access / visitation by non-custodial parent, fathers, and grandparents.

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Please, write a well-thought rational letter and send it to the
attention of the BC MLAs (BC MPPs).   Be very courteous,
re-read your letter before sending it and take all the knives out.
Write it as if being addressed to only one of them.   Do not use
generic terms.   Stay away from using "In fact" unless you can
back it up.

Before you start, you may like to think of the following questions:

What - Are you writing about
Who - Are you writing about
Why - Are you writing
When - did this happen
How - Can be solved

Summarize your reason for writing in the first paragraph,
then type your argument as the main body of your letter.  Close
reinforcing the reasons for writing.

Make it short, the equivalent of one or two pages at the most.

Then, copy-paste the following addresses to the Bcc: slot of
your e-mailer program.   THIS IS IMPORTANT, because Bcc
(Blind Carbon Copy) will send them individually without the others
seeing the others included.

For some, you may need to remove the
semicolon (;) at the end.   Watch how your regular messages
are arranged when you send to more than one person, then
arrange the bellow addresses the same.

Copy-paste it to NOTEPAD or any other text editor and store it for
future use (Save it as BC-MLAs-E.txt for instance).

There are three addresses missing, those of:
Bonnie McKinnon, Reni Masi and Val Anderson.
If somebody can get them, please let us know.

You may like to Cc: The Prime Minister of Canada,
your local MP and Anne McLellan at:

Your local MP address is: Last Name dot first letter of Name
(i.e. MP Anne McLellan would be:;;Graeme.Bowbrick.Offi;;Pietro.Calendino.Office@leg.bc
ca;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; Cariboo South;


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