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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

‘Child welfare to prison pipeline’ feeding rising Indigenous incarceration rates

This article was first published by?APTN News Canada.?It has been republished with permission. Nation to Nation Renu Mandhane has visited Ontario’s provincial jails in northern Ontario where inmates largely identity as First Nation. In fact, Mandhane visited the Thunder Bay, Ont. jail last Tuesday in her official role as the chief commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission. “I did a walk through...

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