Indigenous offenders were 30 per cent more likely to be imprisoned than white offenders says the report.
NDP MP Angus seeks probe of continued Justice Canada ‘obstruction’ on St. Anne’s residential school file
NDP MP Charlie Angus has asked the federal Information Commissioner to investigate Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould’s department over its “obstruction” to the release of documents related to Ottawa’s handling of cases from Indian residential school survivors who attended an institution notorious for its use of an electric chair.
The three men known as the “Experimental Eskimos” got one step closer to closing their decades-long battle for recognition and reconciliation with Canada.
Three days of hearings into Ottawas failure to comply with an order from the Canadian human rights tribunal is underway.
The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal will hold three days of hearings into Canada’s non-compliance of a ruling handed down Jan. 26, 2016
Ottawa continues legal fight against St. Anne’s Indian residential school survivor over suppressed evidence
The survivor, known only as H-15019, wants a new compensation hearing without federal lawyers present because they previously suppressed evidence to discredit the claim.
Residential school survivor raped as child lost claim after Ottawa’s lawyers pulled ‘legalistic’ move
Cases facing similar tactics now put on hold
Discovered document could have changed outcome of court challenges