Melissa Shaw talks about the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal's recent ruling that the Canadian government is underfunding First Nations child welfare services on reserve compared to funding for kids off reserve.
Correction - Cindy Blackstock was quoted in the media as saying that child welfare services on reserve are estimated to be funded 22 to 38.5 per cent less than services off reserve, which was stated in audio as 22 to 34 per cent less.
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