New cabinet appointments amid calls to compensate First Nations children

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Newly appointed Minister of Indigenous Services Patty Hajdu will soon play a role in Ottawa’s decision on whether to appeal a Federal Court ruling confirming it should compensate First Nations children. Former MMIWG National Inquiry Chief Commissioner Marion Buller says if there is an appeal, ‘it’s a step backwards, maybe more than one step backwards, for reconciliation.’

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