‘We’re sick and tired of generation after generation being lost in the system…’ says Kolin Sutherland-Wilson of the Git’luuhl’um’hetxwit house.
Canada has lost every battle so far in 14-year-old court fight that isn’t over yet
Eight years after her son was apprehended at a Calgary hospital, this mom says she lives with severe anxiety, nightmares, intense flashbacks and questions about why her family was separated instead of supported.
Party leaders trade barbs, blast each on reconciliation as federal election enters home stretch
New class action alleges birth alerts are ‘a product of the state’s colonialist and paternalistic attitude’
Filed in B.C.’s Supreme Court, the proposed action marks the first step in a ‘national litigation effort’ representing parents subjected to birth alerts across Canada
The Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth (MACY) released a new report Thursday morning. It…
‘There are no documents’; Parents fight for child who disappeared in Manitoba’s child welfare system
The government still includes the daughter’s name on the mother’s provincial health card.
Elder says Justice Department wants ‘to destroy the Aboriginal people’ as child welfare court fight concludes
Judge Paul Favel reserves decision on Ottawa’s bid to cancel human rights compensation, narrow Jordan’s Principle
Feds accuse Canadian Human Rights Tribunal of acting like ‘a roving commission to right all wrongs’ on day 4 of court battles