Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says that while parts of Ontario continue to be ravaged…
Communities will never have reliable drinking water ‘until deficiencies with water systems are addressed,’ says Karen Hogan
‘Incomprehensible failure’: Auditor general says federal government not improving life for Indigenous people
The federal government has failed to adequately track the country’s progress in closing socio-economic gaps between First Nations people living on-reserve and other Canadians, according to a new auditor general’s report.
In the last decade the auditor general’s office has issued damning reports on social workers, child safety, justice and jails.
Shirley McLean APTN News The Yukon has not done enough to respond to climate change…
Problems continue with specific claims and Indigenous offenders in prison.
Indigenous offenders keep serving longer prison sentences, less likely to get parole: Auditor general
During 2015-2016 fiscal year 740 of 1,066 Indigenous offenders served until statutory release.
Just 10 per cent of the province’s children are Indigenous, they represent 69 per cent of the kids in care
Julien Gignac APTN National News OTTAWA — Three Aboriginal senators’ claims were included in a…