Canada's indigenous communities strive for reform after decades of discrimination

Canada's government signed the most significant compensation agreement in its history in December 2021. After a nearly 15-year legal battle, the state will pay $40 billion for imposing racist and discriminatory practices on its child welfare system. The agreement, however, has been greeted by indigenous communities with caution, as confidence in Ottawa is weak.

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