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This is a search group for those looking in Ontario, Canada for family members. The main aim of this site is to offer useful suggestions for searches. Althought this group is aimed at adult adoptees and adult natural (birth) relatives, others searching their family tree will also find this site useful. The reunited are welcome to offer advice. The other aim of this site is to promote the right to access and correct records.

If you do not wish to receive e-mails, then click the "no e-mail" option found at the "Membership" link at the top of this page. This will still allow you to use other parts of the site such as the "Links" section (click on the word "More" at the top of the page for drop-down menu). Thanks - Cathy (Moderator) aka lostcathy


There is a new Federal government. Please write to them about the fact that only half of records are open in Canada, that people in Ontario are being denied the right to correct and update their original birth registration simply because they are adopted and that fathers are still being denied the right to be named on the original birth registrations. I have also found out that death certificates were issued for people still alive.

People that you should write to include:
PM Trudeau,
The new Attorney General, Jody Wilson-Raybould
Minister for Indigenous and Northern Affairs Carolyn Bennett
Your MP if you live in Canada
Addresses can be found here

Legal disclaimer - opinion posted in messages is simply that - opinion. Please seek the advice of a qualified lawyer for all legal matters (and other relevant experts in other relevant fields).

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