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Dating violence is an intentional act of violence (whether physical, sexual or emotional) by one partner in a dating relationship.It is an abuse of power where one person tries to take control over another person.The term family violence is applied to a range of behaviours including neglect, along with physical, sexual, emotional and financial abuse.READ MORE: Why Canada still has a long way to go in tackling domestic abuse The report takes a hard look at reported instances of family violence, and explores the challenging job of identifying, preventing or stopping the violence.“For many, this report may be difficult and disturbing to read,” states the report’s introduction by Dr.Gregory Taylor, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer.The effects of family violence can be long-lasting and often invisible to others.“Family violence impacts health beyond just immediate physical injury, and increases the risk for a number of conditions, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, as well as high blood pressure, cancer and heart disease,” Taylor writes. A third of those, 131 victims, were killed by a family member.

The tag line: “Unlike some people, Belvedere always goes down smoothly.” The company pulled the ad, but many suspect the whole thing was simply a PR campaign. Teachers who deliver Healthy Relationship programs funded by the Canadian Women’s Foundation tell us they’re often shocked at how fiercely some teens defend creaky old gender stereotypes. They don’t tell their teachers and they certainly don’t tell their parents.

This mindset is helping to create an epidemic of teen dating violence, with one in three teens in Canada experiencing some form of abuse in their romantic relationships.

Every day, in dozens of subtle and not-so-subtle ways, our sons and daughters are learning it’s okay to treat sexual and physical violence against women as a joke.

website; instead, the income support rates page refers to a Family and Individual Benefit (to assist with expenses such as food, clothing, personal care, household maintenance and utilities) and a Shelter benefit Related Links * Department of Advanced Education and Skills Annual Report 2011 - 2012 (PDF - 1.3MB, 52 pages) * Poverty Reduction Strategy * Programs and Services for Individuals and Families Guidebook * * Poverty Reduction Strategies in Quebec and in Newfoundland and Labrador (Oct/07) (from Parliamentary Research Library) * 2005-06 Annual Report - Dept.

of Human Resources, Labour & Employment (PDF - 1.3MB, 35 pages) * More Advanced Education and Skills Publications Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) Community Services and Seniors Annual Report for the Fiscal Year April 2011 to March 2012 (PDF - 3.9MB, 31 pages) ===Related Links * Preventing and Reducing Poverty in PEI - A strategy for engagement - July 2011 * 2007-2008 Social Services and Seniors Annual Report (PDF - 967K, 37 pages) Published May 12, 2009 [ earlier annual reports and other departmental publications ]Dept of Community Services Statement of Mandate 2012-2013 (PDF - 620K, 16 pages) --- Dept of Community Services Annual Accountability Report Fiscal Year 2011-2012 (PDF - 1.4MB, 26 pages) --- Dept of Community Services Statement of Mandate 2011-2012 (PDF - 312K, 18 pages) * The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia (PDF - 760K, 12 pages) October 2010 (Source: CCPA Nova Scotia Office ) * Fast Facts: The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia (PDF - 400K, 2 pages) October 2010 (also from CCPA) * Nova Scotia Poverty Reduction Strategy - April 2009 * Nova Scotia’s Poverty Reduction Strategy: Preventing Poverty, Promoting Prosperity (PDF - 1.4MB, 45 pages) - April 2009 * Report of the Nova Scotia Poverty Reduction Working Group (PDF - 129K, 41 pages) - June 26, 2008 * Government Seeks Public Input on Poverty Strategy - March 5, 2008 * Poverty Backgrounder (2008) - Research and statistics about poverty in Nova Scotia * (PDF - 229K, 40 pages) Reporting of outcomes against Community Services’ business plan information for the fiscal year 2007-2008.