Manitoba advocate hopes for healing for First Nations kids in care after court decision on compensation – CBC

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Manitoba advocate hopes for healing for First Nations kids in care after court decision on compensation – CBC

by ahnationtalk on October 8, 202125 Views

Oct 08, 2021

Federal Court rejected an application for a judicial review of compensation order of $40K per child

A Manitoba advocate for kids in care hopes a recent Federal Court decision will mean not just compensation, but also healing, for thousands of First Nations children affected by inequality in the child welfare system.

Last week, the Federal Court dismissed an application from the federal government for a judicial review of a landmark human rights tribunal compensation order for First Nations children.

In 2019, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ordered Ottawa to pay $40,000 — the maximum amount allowed — to each child apprehended through the on-reserve child welfare system since 2006.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/first-nations-children-compensation-human-rights-tribunal-1.6204086

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