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Canada reaches $30b agreement to compensate indigenous children taken from families

The agreements come almost 15 years after the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society brought forward a human rights complaint for indigenous children. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Light

Anna Mehler Paperny

Reporter, Reuters

Ismail Shakil

Senior Correspondent, Reuters


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Canada admitted its systems were discriminatory but repeatedly fought orders to pay compensation and fund reforms Image: REUTERS/Blair Gable

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