"I didn't know anything like what happened could happen to a new mother."
The child’s mother was allegedly afraid to take him in because he was unvaccinated
The lawyer’s statement prompted outrage among many legal experts and social workers who engage with vulnerable youth in Ontario.
A live video of the government apprehension of the infant sparked outrage toward the practice that disproportionately targets Indigenous children
The apprehension was live-streamed by a relative of the First Nations woman. More than 90 percent of children apprehended in Manitoba are Indigenous.
Officials say they evaluate a parent's capacity to care for a child and drug use is one factor.
From Mexico, a deported father watches his kids grow up in the U.S on Youtube
Raven Edwards spent years fighting to keep her kids. Her story is common, but Indigenous leaders are looking for a solution.
The proposed federal legislation follows several states that have made it legal for adoption agencies to refuse to serve queer children and families.