Winnipeg man’s lawsuit alleges he was choked, beaten by foster parents — and CFS didn’t act
Statement of claim says man told Child and Family Services workers about abuse but was left in the home
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A Winnipeg man has filed a lawsuit against Manitoba Child and Family Services, alleging social workers left him in a home where he was choked, beaten and verbally abused by his foster family.
The man is of Métis and First Nations background and lived with his mother and siblings in Camperville, on the west shore of Lake Winnipegosis, until he was apprehended by CFS (then the Children’s Aid Society) at age six, according to his statement of claim.
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