Information Sheet on the CHRT's Letter-Decision regarding the Class Action Final Settlement Agreement
The Caring Society's statement on the CHRT's Letter-Decision on the Compensation Final Settlement Agreement.
The Tribunal provides a letter-decision with reasons to follow regarding the Class Action Final Settlement Agreement.
The Attorney Generals of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Northwest Territories provide factums to the Supreme Court of Canada in relation to Bill C-92: An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families.
The Caring Society makes submissions to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal pursuant to the Tribunal's September 21, 2022 and October 12, 2022 directions and in response to the September 28, 2022 submissions of the Assembly of First Nations, Attorney General of Canada, Chiefs of Ontario and Nishnawbe Aski Nation.
Federal Court of Appeal orders that Canada's appeal of the Federal Court's September 29, 2021 order on compensation will continue to be held in abeyance until the earliest of January 30, 2023 and the date 45 days following the release of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal's decision on the compensation final settlement agreement.
Affidavit #7 of Doreen Navarro.
The Supreme Court of Canada provides an order on intervenors in reference to the Court of Appeal of Quebec in relation with Bill C-92 An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families.
The SCC grants intervenor status to 31 parties:
Caring Society's letter to CHRT regarding AFN's October 4, 2022 letter.