Indigenous child welfare system remains dysfunctional

Decades after the ’60s Scoop, we're no closer to a successful model to help children from troubled homes

Indigenous child welfare system remains dysfunctional
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Decades after the ’60s Scoop, we’re no closer to a successful model to help children from troubled homes

Indigenous children continue to pay a steep price

No amount of funding plans or reorganization can solve this problem as long as alcohol and drug abuse persists in First Nations communities

Indigenous children continue to pay a steep price
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No amount of funding plans or reorganization can solve this problem as long as alcohol and drug abuse persists in First Nations communities

The silence over Indigenous woes is deafening

You can’t solve problems that can’t be discussed, yet we refuse to have frank and open discussions about a very real crisis

The silence over Indigenous woes is deafening
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You can’t solve problems that can’t be discussed, yet we refuse to have frank and open discussions about a very real crisis

Ripples from ’60s Indigenous children Scoop continue

If governments hadn’t protected Indigenous children, they would have faced lawsuits for failure to honour their commitments to those children

Ripples from ’60s Indigenous children Scoop continue
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If governments hadn’t protected Indigenous children, they would have faced lawsuits for failure to honour their commitments to those children