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Introducing Law and Justice Final Essay

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introduce law and justice final essay in relation to the case note as to Canada. grade D.

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Americas Indigenous peoples in Canada Child welfare Social history Institutional abuse Sixties Scoop Stolen Generations Indian Act Indigenous Australians Aboriginal Australians First Nations Australia Cooper v Hobart Trevorrow
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Americas Indigenous peoples in Canada Child welfare Social history Institutional abuse Sixties Scoop Stolen Generations Indian Act Indigenous Australians Aboriginal Australians First Nations Australia Cooper v Hobart Trevorrow
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This note will discuss this case. Part II will outline the background, reasoning and judgment in Brown. Part III will compare this case with Trevorrow v State of South Australia (No 5). II Case Summary A. Background Between the 1960s and the 1980s, Canadian government removed the indigenous children from their families and relocated into the State care or non-indigenous foster and adoptive families.2 In 1965, Canada and Ontario entered into the Canada-Ontario Welfare Services Agreement (the ‘Agreement’).3 The goal of this Agreement was to extend the provincial welfare program to Indian children.4 Therefore, Ontario assumed the responsibility to 1 Brown v A-G (C) [2017] ONSC 251. 2 Jacqueline Maurice: The Lost Children: A Nation’s Shame (Linda’s Printing Place, 2nd ed, 2014) 10. 3 Brown v ...
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