A former employee of a residential care home made her first appearance in court today. The 35-year-old is charged with distributing intimate images without consent. She and four other employees allegedly posted the images on Snapchat.

Toronto Community Housing (TCHC) has announced two changes in its leadership. Kathy Milsom will join Toronto’s public housing agency as its new president and chief executive officer. Kevin Marshman, TCHC’s interim president and CEO, will help Milsom with her transition then return to the board where he will step in as interim chair until Toronto City Council approves of a permanent one.

An employee of a care home allegedly photographed residents without their consent and shared the image with her fellow co-workers on social media, police said. The alleged incidents came to light when a staff member came forward about the conduct of five fellow colleagues.

The board of directors for Mills Community Support (MCS) has announced the retirement of Mike Coxon from the role of chief executive officer (CEO), and the appointment of Robert Eves as the new CEO.

A single mum has been spared jail despite admitting distributing an indecent video of a two-year-old girl and a man she was ‘disgusted’ by. Care worker Gloria Owusu was sent the video clip in May last year and sent it on to relatives and friends over the next eight months. Owusu also shared a picture of an eight-year-old girl standing naked in a field – but claimed she not did think this was indecent as ‘children often walk around naked’ in the village she was from in Ghana. The 45-year-old, who works part-time in a residential care home for the elderly, was arrested when she showed her colleague the video and it was seen by a visitor. She pleaded guilty to two offences of possessing and distributing indecent images but was spared jail after Judge Zoe Smith gave her a 10 month suspended sentence.

A year of turnover in leadership at the Niagara Falls Housing Authority continued on Tuesday. Alicia Liable was appointed to replace former NFHA Commissioner Cynthia Bianco, whose five-year would have expired this year. Bianco announced her intent not to seek reappointment from Mayor Paul Dyster in a letter submitted to the board at its annual re-organizational meeting.

Reports show Caressant Care in Woodstock has been reprimanded by the province for medication issues. That’s the long-term care home where Elizabeth Wettlaufer is accused of killing seven patients. The reports suggest there have been 41 drug-related incidents at the nursing home between last August and December.

A 58-year-old former cleaner at a Halifax care facility for seniors has been convicted of sexually assaulting a resident. Joseph Elizee Comeau admitted to allowing the woman to perform oral sex on him in May 2015 at Northwood Manor. The woman suffers from dementia and could not legally consent to the sex act.