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New Brand 2016

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In Memory of Martin Kruze

The Martin Kruze Memorial Fund was established to keep Martin’s Hope alive. He hoped to help just one person with his own story, but hundreds of thousands have come to find assistance because of his courage.  

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Our Founding Sponsors

Founding Sponsor of Our Public Safety Program

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Privacy Policy

We Protect your Privacy. The Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness recognizes your right to privacy and pledges to protect it. We are aware of our responsibilities under the Federal Personal Information and Protection Electronic Documents Act(PIPEDA). What is Personal Information Personal Information is any information that can be used to distinguish, identify or contact a specific individual. Information Collected We collect personal information about you only if you make a donation or register for membership access to our site. We may use this information to contact you for support purposes. All information is kept confidential. If you supply us with your mailing address by email, you may receive periodic mailings from us including our newsletter. If you do not wish to receive such mailings, please let us know by sending an email to or by calling 1-800-379-8858 or in writing to the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness, 1251 Gorham …

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Public Safety Advocacy Dinner 2010 – Monday October 25, 2010

CCAA is proud to have George St. Kitts performing at this year’s Public Safety Dinner! Two-time Canadian Juno Award nominee, George St. Kitts, has dazzled audiences for 30 years! George grew up performing jazz standards, R & B, Motown, Reggae, Calypso, Tower of Power and top 40 hits. He was featured in Toronto's "The Lion King" production its entire run and appeared as "Sammy" in the "Rat Pack": Toronto Canon Theatre. George's diversity extends from Bocelli to Louis Armstrong!

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Golf Tournament

This is our FABULOUS! golf tournament!

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