“They knew”: Victims of sexual abuse by Ontario youth leader sue Anglican Church


For more than 20 years, a group of men who grew up in a Mississauga neighbourhood kept a secret that, they say, altered the course of their lives. The boys fell victim to a youth group church leader and counsellor who preyed upon their innocence.

For the first time, they’re speaking publicly and seeking accountability.

The former youth leader at the Church of St. Bride’s, who was previously convicted of sexual assaults on young boys, is now being sued, along with the Anglican Church of Canada.

Caryn Lieberman reports.

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