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Rally at the leg for youth aging out of care

When teenagers turn 19, their parents don’t say, goodbye, you can’t call us anymore.
That’s how Dylan Cohen, a spokesperson for First Call BC’s Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition desribes aging out of care for kids in the child welfare system.
Cohen says, in 2016, over 17,000 members of the public signed a petition to increase financial support for youth aging out of care and now it’s time to hold the government to account……
50 to 70 youth will meet with MLAs over lunch today (Tues) and that will be followed by a rally at the legislature.
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