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The lawyer for a First Nations children’s advocate plans to ask the Human Rights Tribunal to order the federal government to cease surveillance on his client.
Canada has failed to disclose thousands of documents which may be relevant to the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society’s human rights complaint.
Imagine one day your child stops coming by to visit and you have no idea why.
Aboriginal Affairs has refused to release any documents related to its investigation into allegations officials with the federal department spied on a First Nations children’s advocate despite the issue playing a major role in an ongoing human rights tribunal hearings, says one of the lawyers involved in the case.
A discrimination case against Canada is on hold at the Human Rights Tribunal in Ottawa.
The Phoenix Sinclair inquiry continued Tuesday.
The Phoenix Sinclair inquiry continued Wednesday and this time heard from the former intake worker who was tasked with handling the little girl’s file in 2003.
Phoenix Sinclair inquiry resumes with a social worker’s testimony.