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Canada sets $15B deal over Indigeneous child welfare flaws

5/7/2022 12:42
        The Canadian government said Monday it has signed a $20 billion (US$15.55 billion) agreement to compensate First Nations children and families harmed by chronic underfunding of child welfare.
        
        The Assembly of First Nations and plaintiffs in two class action lawsuits agreed to the deal.
        
        Indigenous Services Canada, a government agency, said the settlement is the largest in Canadian history.
        
        The settlement accounts for half of an overall $40 billion (US$31.1 billion) deal that aims to reform Canada's child welfare system, including five-year funding for the First Nations Child and Family Services program.
        



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