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The Canadian government has agreed with representatives of Aboriginal communities to pay financial compensation for children withdrawn from their families since 1991. Tens of thousands of minors have been placed outside their community since the 1990s, fault. Children's services available on site. Attachered by several First Nations rights organizations, the Government releases more than € 34 billion over 5 years to comply with court decisions.

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with our correspondent in Quebec, Pascale Guéréricolas

Canada's compensation to Canada to First Nations put an end to a judicial battle that began in 2007. At that time, Aboriginal representatives filed a complaint against the government for discrimination. . In question, the chronic underfunding of child protection. The first hour activist, Cyndy Blackstock remains vigilant: "The pressures exercised by public opinion, as well as the judicial battle and the attention it generated, have made it possible to make a huge difference. But these are only words on paper. This is not the time to give up. »

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to a better social climate

fourteen billion dollars will be paid in compensation to children and their families. A similar sum will be used to finance services in Aboriginal communities to promote a better social climate, as explained by the Minister of Relations with Aboriginal People. "Prevention, obviously, it's less chic," said Marc Miller, "but it's something that is very important. So, it can be a variety of activities, it can be physical, sporting, leisure activities. It will depend on the demands of the communities. The courts will have to accept these agreements by March 31 to come into force.

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