Class includes First Nations, Inuit and Métis youth who aren’t covered by the proposed $40B settlement relating to on-reserve child welfare services
A Canadian Human Rights Tribunal hearing into a 2012 RCMP investigation is on hold
Feds call UNDRIP an ‘interpretive aid only’ in legal battle over Alberta First Nation’s election delay
‘It’s disappointing, on that level, to see kind of an impoverished interpretation of what the new legislation implementing UNDRIP means in practice,’ says lawyer
APTN News takes issue with sealing orders that restrict media access.
Federal Court, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal seal records related to hearings into complaint against RCMP
Two of the survivors have died since the Canadian Human Rights Commission referred the case to a hearing in 2020.
A federal judge says the RCMP Commissioner must respond to public complaints within six months…
2 non-binding agreements must be finalized before victims can be compensated
Settlement not reached but announcement sets the stage for potential resolution by end of December
Government pledges to try and negotiate solution before actively litigating case