Band council is threatening to BCR source from community, but is that legal?
‘That’s easily $10 billion more than if Justin Trudeau had done the right thing,’ says NDP’s Charlie Angus.
Canada facing 10th non-compliance motion at Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
Canada sending ‘mixed messages’ on Jordan’s Principle as advocacy groups get set for showdown in court
Organizations are ready for court battle over rights of non-status First Nations kids
‘It’s been a happy whirlwind,’ says mom
‘Jane Doe No. 44’ claims she was 14 when company founder paid for ‘oral sex’
Families subjected to birth alerts deserve an apology, says B.C.’s Representative for Children and Youth
The B.C. government ‘should acknowledge how wrong and harmful this practice was’
Indigenous leaders call on B.C. government to notify parents subjected to ‘illegal and unconstitutional’ birth alerts
‘There needs to be an apology… and that’s just the first step’
Atlantic provinces and Quebec are amongst the jurisdictions that use the practice.