Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ‘lost sight of the complaint’ by awarding compensation and expanding Jordan’s Principle, lawyers argue
‘That’s easily $10 billion more than if Justin Trudeau had done the right thing,’ says NDP’s Charlie Angus.
Canada facing 10th non-compliance motion at Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
John Furlong has repeatedly denied the allegations.
Nation to Nation: A wide-ranging interview with Marc Miller on making policy in crisis and what’s to come
His first days as minister saw him faced with everything from a suicide crisis in Saskatchewan.
Compensating First Nation kids harmed by the underfunded child welfare system will cost the federal…
No compensation for parents of First Nations children that died in care, Justice lawyer tells tribunal
Canada doesn’t believe the parents of First Nations children that died in the on-reserve…
“There was another piece left out, which was dealing with the overall systemic racist discrimination.”
“They were trying to manipulate the Federal Court into thinking that maybe there was another process that they could go to”