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Canada’s Indigenous children and the price of reconciliation
More than four years after the report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, in which child welfare was a key point, Canada’s government is reluctant to pay for Indigenous victims of decades-long policies affecting children. Anger is mounting and on February 12 the Assembly of First Nations filed a class action suit demanding $10 billion in compensation.
by Marie-Laure Josselin, in Montreal (Canada)
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