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The Trudeau government says mandatory minimums unfairly affect Indigenous and Black offenders.
It now goes to the Senate, where it has just one week before the Dec. 18 deadline.
“If we reach the court deadline and nothing has changed, there will be no adequate safeguards in Quebec for those whose death is not reasonably foreseeable."
Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde said the bill is not perfect and that he is concerned the deadline for completing the action plan is too far away.
Sex workers and human rights advocates say the laws are harmful.
The pseudoscientific practice has been widely discredited.
The bill will ensure federal judges are “actually competent” in sexual assault law, Ambrose says.
Justice Minister David Lametti revealed the figure in a response to Conservatives.
The federal law will be amended after a September ruling from the Superior Court of Quebec.
A court ruling ordered Ottawa to pay children and families split apart by the child welfare system.