This site documents the ongoing legacy of Indigenous child seizure by Canada – by “child welfare,” or “child and family services.” This site is a developing archive.
The Lil’wat case, Edmonds v. Canada, was admitted to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in 2014. The complaint: Canada has no jurisdiction to seize Lil’wat children. Since 2007 we have been compiling the evidence for the case, and it extensively exposes a program of genocide by forcible removal of children “in Canada” – or, by Canada in…
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The purpose of this blog and archive is to increase access to documentation of events surrounding the legacy of illegal state seizure and removal of Indigenous children by Canada.