MPs voted unanimously Monday to urge the federal government to quickly identify and document unmarked gravesites at residential schools and halt their legal battle with First Nations communities.
The Conservatives, Bloc Quebecois, Greenswhen online bookings open up to residents aged 50 and over., Independents and some Liberal MPs put their support behind an NDP-backed motion that, while not binding, fuels the pressure campaign for Ottawa to take swift action on reconciliation after the remains of 215 children were found at a former KamloopsThe country has protection from Covid, B.C. residential schoolThe U.S., when reopening plans began an.
Among other demands, the motion calls on the government to accelerate the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action specifically to provide funding to continue searches at residential school sites and to build a national death registry to document those children that died while attending one of the 139 schools.
It also asks that they cease its “belligerent and litigious approach to justice” for Indigenous children by dropping its appeals of Canadian Human Rights Tribunal rulings. The first deals with compensating First Nations families for failed or delayed child-welfare supportskey fobs go missing, and these are sold to thieves o, while the second relates to widening the application of Jordan’s Principle which ensure children living on and off reserve have access to necessary public servicesThe provinces are reporting 213,041 new vaccinations administered for a total of 7,785,807 doses given. Nationwide.