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.
Liberal party leader Justin Trudeau attended the Assembly of First Nations annual summer meeting in Whitehorse.
Aboriginal Affairs, Justice Canada gathered personal information on First Nations child advocate: privacy watchdog
The federal Aboriginal Affairs department and Justice Canada gathered personal information about a First Nations children’s advocate who launched a human rights complaint against Ottawa, the privacy watchdog has found.
Federal liberal leadership candidate Justin Trudeau was in Saskatchewan this week.
Trudeau says Brazeau not "sincere" about support for inquiry into murdered, missing Aboriginal women
Liberal leadership candidate Justine Trudeau took a twitter jab at Patrick Brazeau Tuesday over the Conservative Aboriginal Senator’s recent support for a national inquiry into the high number of missing and murdered Aboriginal women across the country.
From 1965 to 1985 an estimated 16,000 Aboriginal children in Ontario were removed from their homes and placed in mostly non-Aboriginal communities.
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The federal Aboriginal Affairs department has been spying on a high-profile campaigner for First Nations children, documents show.