CAS worker thought girl's guardians could pose risk to children: inquest


TORONTO - A former child welfare worker told a coroner's inquest Thursday that he was concerned the guardians of a seven-year-old Toronto girl might pose a risk to children in their care.

Hamid Jivraj, then an intake worker at the Children's Aid Society of Toronto, noted his concerns after looking into calls made about Katelynn Sampson before the girl's case was referred to a sister agency months before her death, the inquest heard.


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