Deal signed following six months of confidential negotiations but still must be approved by the court and human rights tribunal
Arie Calero-Romero was just 12 years old when he was restrained in an Ottawa group…
A child sleeping on a soiled mattress, lack of access to basic dental care, and…
The Tcwesétmentem agreement will integrate the First Nations practices, traditions and laws in child welfare decisions with their families.
Canada says it acknowledges that climate change has “exacerbated existing vulnerabilities” for Indigenous Peoples.
N2N unpacks implications of recent Quebec Court of Appeal ruling
Birth alerts are the system of seizing infants from their mothers in hospital after birth
Quebec government is also appealing decision that cancelled parts of C-92, drawing criticism from AFN regional chief
Claim against Canada and Quebec is for underfunding Inuit child welfare system.