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TORONTO, ON (Sept 9, 2015) --- Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, Grand Chiefs from the Political             Confederacy and special guests launched a new campaign today that will help raise funds and awareness for the implementation for an Ontario First Nations-led inquiry process into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Toronto, ON (Nov 12, 2014) — On November 13, 2014, Chief Marcia Brown-Martel will appear at the Ontario Divisional Court to argue for the protection of Indigenous cultural identity. This is Canada’s third attempt to appeal the Sixties Scoop case.

The outcome of this case has the potential to inform other child welfare cases currently before the courts, such as the First Nations Child & Family Caring Society and Pikwakanagan cases.

For Immediate Release

Thunder Bay, ON (December 3, 2013) —Ontario Regional Chief Stan Beardy is calling the lawsuit against the federal government an opportunity for justice and healing for the thousands of Indigenous children who were apprehended by the government and placed with non-Indigenous families by child welfare services over three decades.

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