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Indigenous people across the country are bracing for a potentially landmark opinion from the Supreme Court of Canada, which will decide Friday whether the Trudeau government’s Indigenous child welfare law is constitutional.

“What we see here are colonial echoes of nation-state policies that don’t uphold our existing rights,” said ITK President Natan Obed. “I hope the Supreme Court sees these things for what they are, and very clearly articulates the rights that we have to take care of our children.”

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CBC News

Publication Date

February 8, 2024