Canada signs C$20B compensation deal on First Nations child welfare


The Canadian government Monday signed a deal to pay C$20 billion (US$15.5 billion) in compensation to the children of First Nations Indigenous families over a human rights complaint that has been ongoing since 2007, according to local media.

The agreement was recorded as the largest such deal in Canadian history, the Canadian Press reported.

“… After three decades of advocacy and months of negotiations, I’m proud to say on behalf of the Assembly of First…

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