Canada's actions since the January 2016 CHRT decision


On September 6, 2019, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT) released a decision about compensation related to First Nations children removed from their home and those that did not receive services, or experienced unreasonable delays in the receipt of services, under Jordan's Principle. Following that, Canada and the parties to the CHRT complaint have developed a process for compensation. On October 2, 2020, Canada and the parties submitted a draft compensation process to the CHRT for consideration. To find out more visit or contact the toll-free Compensation Process and Support line at: 1-888-718-6496.

Jordan's Principle

Child and family services reform

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