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Indigenous child welfare bill could be life-changing, says Mi'kmaq confederacy

A new bill that would overhaul the Indigenous child welfare system could be life-changing for First Nation families, says the Mi'kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. The federal government introduced Bill C-92 on Thursday. If passed, the legislation would cede jurisdiction on child welfare from other levels of government to Indigenous peoples so that they can care for their own children in a culturally appropriate way.

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