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Aging out: Life after living in the child welfare system in B.C. – APTN News

by ahnationtalk on February 21, 2019165 Views

Chris Tait and his older sister Marilyn Tait sit at a picnic table at the beach and sift through an old family photo album. 

“Some of these I don’t remember at all so it’s really cool,” Chris says. “Like I feel like that one I kind of remember but that one I don’t so that’s cool.”

He and Marilyn, along with five other siblings were all put into care at a young age.

For a while, Chris was in the same home with a few of his brothers.

But things didn’t work out.

He was moved around and says that from the age of three to when he aged out, he was in 20 different foster homes in Sechelt, B.C.

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