Caring Society says Canada’s pledge to compensate through class action is a ‘divide and conquer’ approach the court should reject
‘A shameful strategy aimed at saving money’: Feds panned for attacking human rights tribunal compensation order as appeals begin
‘The decision here is so deeply problematic,’ says Ottawa counsel Robert Frater, ‘it would be better to start again with another tribunal’ on compensation question
APTN News will carry the judicial hearing live starting Monday at 9:30 a.m. ET
‘It’s a nightmare’: Zach Trout watched two of his children die, now he’s fighting Canada for justice
Trout alleges two of his kids fell between the cracks of jurisdiction. He seeks $1 billion for thousands of ‘forgotten children’ who were denied essential services
Ottawa claims it has ‘no duty to compensate’ thousands of First Nations families who were denied essential services: court documents
‘End this toxic war on the children,’ says Charlie Angus as NDP tables motion demanding Liberals halt court fights
Blackstock gears up for latest Federal Court fight to end ‘human rights tragedy’ against First Nations kids
Ottawa seeks judicial review of rulings that compensate victims of the discriminatory CFS system, extend eligibility for Jordan’s Principle
Community is asking questions about why ten year old was taken off reserve.
‘It really does take a village and we want to create that village here and then create it for when they transition out,’ says Makoon Transition Inc. director Kendra Inglis.
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ‘lost sight of the complaint’ by awarding compensation and expanding Jordan’s Principle, lawyers argue