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Indigenous rights

Ottawa is seeking a judicial review on a decision that expanded rights for Indigenous children to public services.
It's a complicated situation over Indigenous treaty rights in Canada.
The incident comes after recent violent clashes over the Indigenous fishery in the province.
“Actions speak louder than words,” Chief Mike Sack of the Sipekne’katik First Nation told a news conference.
She filmed herself being insulted by Quebec hospital staff hours before she died.
The contest comes in the wake of the Nova Scotia lobster dispute.
In Canada, heated debates are underway over memorials to people like John A. Macdonald and Henry Dundas.
Police say that when an officer responded to the call he was confronted by a woman with a knife.
Elected chiefs say governments are not properly consulting First Nations.
No details of the deal have been released but the chiefs say it affirms their titles and rights.