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Radical Shift in Policing Required to Address Gendered Violence Against Inuit Women – Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada

OTTAWA – A report released today on the police response to gendered violence in Inuit Nunangat reveals systemic racialized policing, embedded across institutional policies and practices.  According to the report’s recommendations, moving forward will require a fundamental shift in how northern policing is carried out to address the pervasiveness and severity of the violence that […]

by ahnationtalk on January 16, 20206 Views

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Ottawa eyes ‘meaningful resolution’ to Indian hospitals class action lawsuit – CBC

Indigenous patients mistreated and abused at federally run institutions, suit alleges Jan 14, 2020 The federal government has consented to the certification of a proposed $1.1 billion class action lawsuit filed over Indian hospitals — federally run medical facilities that saw the abuse and mistreatment of Indigenous patients over several decades. The Federal Court is […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 20209 Views

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What you need to know about filing an Indian day schools settlement claim – CBC

Nearly 700 schools operated across Canada between 1863 and 2000 Jan 13, 2020 Thousands of former students who suffered harms while attending federally operated Indian day schools are now able to submit claims for compensation. The claims process began Jan. 13 for the long-awaited nationwide settlement, which offers former students a range of compensation between […]

by ahnationtalk on January 14, 20209 Views

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Federal Indian Day School settlement claims process now open – APTN News

January 13, 2020 After years of waiting, day school survivors can finally apply for compensation beginning Monday, Jan. 13. “We’re feeling Garry McLean smiling down upon us,” Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett said of the original lead plaintiff. McLean, a day school survivor from Manitoba, initiated a multi-billion-dollar class-action lawsuit in 2009 against Canada after […]

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Claims Process Open for Survivors of Federal Indian Day Schools

TORONTO, Jan. 13, 2020 – The Indian Day School Settlement Claims Process is now open for Survivors who suffered harms while attending Federal Indian Day Schools and Federal Day Schools. Survivors can now take the next step in their journey by submitting a claim for compensation. The Approved Settlement provides direct compensation for eligible Survivors, in the […]

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Green light for Indian day schools claims – one of several class-action lawsuits – APTN News

January 9, 2020 The claims process opens next week for former students forced to attend federal Indian day schools. Lawyers said in a statement up to 140,000 Indigenous plaintiffs can start submitting claim forms in the Federal Indian Day School class-action settlement on Jan. 13. Plaintiffs have until July 13, 2022 to complete and submit […]

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Former Indian day school students can submit their settlement claims starting next week – CBC

Claims process for compensation will run from Jan. 13, 2020 until July 13, 2022 Jan 08, 2020 Thousands of students who suffered harms while attending federally operated Indian day schools will be able to submit claims for compensation starting next week. The nationwide settlement, which includes more than 120,000 former Indian day school students, was […]

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NAN: Community Justice Symposium – Registration now open!

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by ahnationtalk on January 8, 202012 Views

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Canada, human rights and a new decade: time to dig deeper than ever – Toronto Star

Jan. 7, 2020 When it comes to human rights there is much relief leaving the turbulent 2010s behind. But we face enormous challenges in the decade ahead. Here are eight ways that Canada can champion human rights in the 2020s. First step is to adopt overdue legislation making the United Nations Declaration on the Rights […]

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Ontario’s First Dedicated Mental Health Unit for Female Inmates

December 19, 2019 WHITBY — The Ontario government is partnering with Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences (Ontario Shores) to create the province’s first dedicated unit to help female inmates who have acute mental health needs. The government is investing $1.2 million this year to create the unit, and $2.3 million in following years […]

by ahnationtalk on December 19, 201922 Views

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