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Doug Chin

Doug Chin was trained as a social worker at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute specializing in youth work and community organizations. He was founder and director of the Tri-Aid Charitable Foundation, which operated a group home for gay youth. The boarding home was refused registration by the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services, because the ministry “felt anxious about the potential impact on a child’s sexuality at Tri-Aid House.”

Names Doug Chin (Main)
BE [n77.197]
Related Pages https://lglc.ca/person/DCHI/
Identities Gay

BG [http://www.clga.ca/Material/Records/docs/flitchro/79.htm(http://goo.gl/MvKPuf)]

Occupations SocialWork

“Inaccuraies, Innuendo,” Body Politic, no. 83 (1982), p. 6-7

Associated Organizations https://lglc.ca/organization/TRI/ (President)
1977/07/05

BCE [n77.197]

https://lglc.ca/organization/GAR/ (Organizer)
1977/09/30

BCE [n77.246]

https://lglc.ca/organization/Canadian Council of Christians and Jews/ (Delegate)

“Inaccuraies, Innuendo,” Body Politic, no. 83 (1982), p. 6-7

https://lglc.ca/organization/Canadian Chinese Assocation/ (President)

“Inaccuraies, Innuendo,” Body Politic, no. 83 (1982), p. 6-7

https://lglc.ca/organization/Kennedy House/ (Founder)
1971

http://www.kennedyhouse.org/topmenu/aboutus.aspx(http://goo.gl/Mf7HJU)

https://lglc.ca/organization/[Chatsworth Charitable Foundation]/ (Founder)

“Inaccuraies, Innuendo,” Body Politic, no. 83 (1982), p. 6-7

https://lglc.ca/organization/TRI/ (Founder)
notAfter(1979/03/13)

BCE [n79.90]

https://lglc.ca/organization/[Chatsworth Charitable Foundation]/ (President)

“Inaccuraies, Innuendo,” Body Politic, no. 83 (1982), p. 6-7