UPDATED: October 6, 2014 – Several of the stories are out now. We are hoping to see more balance in the Follows that come from CBC and hope you will check back.
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- Ex-spouses band together to opt out of maintenance enforcement
- Maintenance Enforcement wrongly labels man a deadbeat dad
- Deadbeats in Nova Scotia owe nearly $65M in parental, spousal support
- ‘Deadbeat parents’ owe $94M to Saskatchewan families
- Deadbeat’ Albertans still owe more than $500M
- Deadbeats owe $23M in overdue support payments
- ‘Deadbeats’ in B.C. owe $538M in support
- $9.7 million owed in child support on P.E.I.
- ‘Deadbeats’ in N.W.T. owe $10M in child support
- ‘Deadbeats’ across Canada owe more than $3.7B in support
ORIGINAL POST: September 16, 2014 – CBC is working on a National story about Maintenance Enforcement Programs. Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org