January 13, 2010, Cindy, from the Niagara Region's Child Advocacy Head Office in St. Catharines, gave a video presentation of their operations. Abused children are referred and arrive accompanied by siblings and/or adults. They are interviewed and videotaped in two small rooms, and those tapes are used for later court situations. Children up to the age of 16 are filtered through there. The building is a small renovated church, made very comfortable and friendly, with donated furniture, books, and toys. Rather than having the abused child repeat his or her story other places, plainclothes police and child care workers come to them, in order to minimize their trauma. Since 2008, 374 children have been interviewed there. It was a sad, but interesting presentation. Thank you very much, Cindy.