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Who We Are

Evermore was created in 2023 by mothers living in rural communities within Southern Ontario who had personally and professionally been impacted by Family and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).

With the lack of available service or knowledge of their existence in the rural communities it is a never ending challenge to have your voice heard and get the support you need. Add these obstacles with the continued failure to protect women and their children from family violence globally and it can feel like this pain will be for evermore.

Victoria Leddy


Victoria is a graduate from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology with a Paralegal degree. Immediately after graduating, she pursued a focus on Family Law with emphasis on child protection, protection against sexually exploited children (PSECA), high conflict custody, HAGUE applications, domestic and family violence. Victoria has worked collaboratively with non-profit organizations [shelters and support services], child and family services, judicial and legal staff in similar focus areas.

Within these areas of family law, she obtained training and experience to not only provide legal support but growth as an advocate to a variety of clients. Victoria’s training and educational services include courses through LESA, OCYA, and Law Society of Alberta.

In 2021, Victoria moved with her husband and three children to Goderich, Ontario from Calgary, Alberta.

Once settled in Ontario, it became abundantly clear that advocating and supporting women and their children’s rights was something that could be actively pursued in their new community but it was soon discovered how greatly the need was for such services as well as collaborative initiative to implementing this community support compass.

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