CHRC Commish Looks Forward To Expansion

[Marketwire] Effective immediately, the Commission can accept complaints against the federal government dealing with the Indian Act that were previously exempted because of section 67. The bill provides for a three-year transition period before complaints can be received against First Nations governing authorities.

The Commission has entered into discussions with key national Aboriginal organizations to plan for implementation. “The Commission looks forward to working closely with Aboriginal organizations to build a human rights system that reflects and respects Aboriginal peoples’ cultures and traditional laws,” Ms. Lynch said.

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