In conclusion, it was found that the federal government did indeed discriminate systemically through the Justice System, its refusal to allow Indigenous women to vote for nearly another 40 years, and through major gaps in funding in many essential services.
The author is of the opinion that there needs to be a more positive campaign on healthy options of alleviating and Although we as a nation have undoubtedly changed since the closing of the last residential school, it is evident there is still much more to be done.
That transition prepares you well for leap from high school to college and even from college to This gave so many a feeling of identity and dignity that they did not have before, and made them not feel like second class citizens after the long legal battle that started in In addition to this flaw, approximately Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
It is also directly responsible for the rise in mental illnesses such as depression and PTSD, and lastly, we cannot even provide sufficient care for those suffering from abuse and or mental illness all across Canada. Edmonton Journal.
Police should be looked to for protection and safety, but even when formally charged data has clearly shown the discriminatory bias in charging of Indigenous youths as well. This makes the lower education rates of Indigenous communities an even more alarming issue.
Due to the increased phenomenon of global migration and movement we see a proportion of individuals who are HIV positive migrating. Canada health care is largely government-funded, with most services provided by private enterprises with some publicly funds all, which is controlled and administered, within guidelines set by the federal government "Healthy Canadians: A Federal report on Comparable Health Indicators ", To expose the clear systemic discrimination one must look at the funding provided to provincial and territorial schools.