Federal Court upholds landmark compensation order for Indigenous children

The Federal Court of Canada is upholding a Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling that Ottawa tried to appeal, which orders the government to pay $40,000 to each First Nations child affected by the child welfare system on reserves. David Akin reports on the landmark compensation for Indigenous children, why Ottawa fought it, and the significance of this ruling.

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