A new report from the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth released today with a…
A funding shortfall faced by Aboriginal Affairs on the East Coast put First Nation children at “high” risk of “exposure” to “serious harm,” according to an internal department document that surfaced during a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal hearing wrapping up this week.
Three UN rapporteurs investigated allegations the Harper government retaliated against a First Nation children’s advocate for launching a human rights complaints against Ottawa.
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.
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.
After years of legal wrangling a preliminary hearing started Tuesday in Ottawa looking into whether Canada discriminates against First Nation children living on reserves.
Seven years ago, Jordan River Anderson of Norway House, Man., died in a Winnipeg hospital.
A new report shows the number of children living in poverty in First Nations is on the rise.