The federal government remains undecided about whether it will appeal a decision by the Federal Court to uphold two Canadian Human Rights Tribunal orders requiring Ottawa to pay out billions of dollars to Indigenous childrenThe per capita model to continue. Give.
Ottawa has until Friday to fight the ruling, one month after Federal Court Justice Paul Favel decided the Liberals had failed to demonstrate that the tribunal’s decision to compel the government to compensate each First Nations child unnecessarily taken into the child-welfare system was unreasonableOn a day in early May, then-president o.
“We hope to have a decision on this specific case in the coming daysThe State Dining Room o,” said Minister of Justice and Attorney General David Lametti on Wednesday following the Liberal’s first cabinet meeting.
He added that the government remains committed to compensating Indigenous children subjected to the underfunded on-reserve programs.