The Liberal government continues its trend of buying votes and selling out hardworking taxpayers.
A federal judge has given the green light to a controversial payment to Indigenous people offered by Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government.
The Canadian Press reported on Tuesday:
A Federal Court judge has verbally approved a landmark $23-billion settlement that will see Ottawa compensate more than 300,000 First Nations children and their families over chronic underfunding of on-reserve child-welfare services.
The settlement comes more than 15 years after the Assembly of First Nations and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society jointly launched a human-rights complaint that sparked a years-long legal battle with Ottawa.
Cindy Blackstock, the executive director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society, said on X — formerly Twitter — that she was thinking of the victims and is looking forward to see “comprehensive supports” for them as the process continues.
Read the full article by Alessia Passafiume at The Canadian Press here.
Comedian Ben Bankas slammed the payment on X (Twitter), jokingly stating that “money grows on trees in Communist Canada.” Toronto 99 previously reported on Bankas’ attacks on Toronto mayor and Chinese asset Olivia Chow.
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