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When the child is coming home for a visit for the weekend, the social workers arrive first, and they go right to the fridge and open the fridge door. You may also see a biography outline. This work was led by Dr. Helaina Gaspard, who is here with me today. Senator Pate: Thank you, Dr. Blackstock, for all of your work and for joining us today. I have had suicide in my family. In this context, the former Minister of Indigenous Services held an emergency meeting in January 2018 with Indigenous partners and her counterparts in the provinces and territories in order to discuss the situation. In the context of all the research that has been done in Canada and around the world, the socio-economic impact of a dollar spent on a child, the return on that investment is considerable, many fold. By constantly being wary of any outside supports or any kind of care, not being able to choose social workers that come into their communities, not being able to monitor what happens to their children after they are taken away from them, not knowing if they are ever going to have an opportunity to see those children again in their homes and families creates this feeling of great loss. Shop Appa Hoodies and Sweatshirts designed and sold by artists for men, women, and everyone. Gaps in services are experienced differently by two-spirited and LGBTQ youth than other youth. One, a fourth principle is needed to budget for well-being. The people who might be able to pass legislation on their behalf are the people who could potentially have been discriminating against them in their communities. What does it mean it is going to be stable, sustainable, needs-based or consistent with the principles of standard? We tried as much as possible to end up with something that would balance all of these interests together. I’m trying to find the section but I can’t. We need to see what the supply and demand is in that context. Of course there will be a discussion. It’s very clear that it needed to have a much stronger outreach to Indigenous women, not just those on reserve, but also those who live off reserve, and to Metis and Inuit women who might have different realities for their governance structures. Most of the food we ate came from the garden or from animals. That’s where we’re going to see the distinction happening. Ms. Wesley-Esquimaux: I had a lot of conversations about this. There is no guaranteed level or structure of funding in this legislation, despite the fact that the preamble recognizes the call for funding in a sustainable and predictable way. Despite the dramatic underfunding, they’re doing culturally based practice. With regard to our second panel, we had planned on having two witnesses this morning. Bill C-92 is meant to enable a system shift from apprehension to prevention, with a priority given to services that promote preventive care and support families. [Indigenous language spoken]. It is not imposing any positive obligation to deal with water issues, or all the other inequalities in education, early childhood and maternal health. This is also the same issue with these socio-economic issues. So there are different situations across the country that will need to be taken into account. Unique Appa Stickers designed and sold by artists. Mr. He’s right. Because I want to give time to my colleagues and also respond to some of your questions, I want to move quickly to some of the practice considerations in this piece. I’m from Manitoba. Mr. I can tell you there’s a generation of children who are now young adults and adults who are saying, “Enough.” These are the kids who are standing up and saying, “We know exactly what needs to happen, because we’ve been through the system. The Chair: I would like to welcome to the committee this morning government officials from Indigenous Services Canada and the Department of Justice. They have much more sensitivity to that. To give you a brief easy-to-understand guide, simply read this one. Shop Standing iPhone and Samsung Galaxy cases by independent artists and designers from around the world. Ms. Gros-Louis: In this legislation, there are a couple of ways that can happen. Insert your cut-outs to a new picture, or add them to a poster, card, MEME, or anything else you make inside the piZap app. Oct 14, 2017 - How to Draw Appa from Avatar The Last Airbender step by step, learn drawing by this tutorial for kids and adults. Senator Christmas: I’m grateful that a distinctions-based approach goes right down to the tribal and community levels, but in situations where urban areas have become a blending pot of so many different Indigenous people, how do you apply a distinction-based approach in an urban area? First Nations people have a different sense of how this could be measured. There was an incentive to apprehend because that was the only way you could get paid. Ms. Blackstock: It’s an important question that requires more than a conversation with just me. Senator McCallum: I want to go back to the issue of substantive equality. My job is to provide, as best I can, a review of it and point out its strengths, like the cultural continuity provisions, but also being realistic about the conditions it needs in order to be successful. You can further customize the font and add additional text boxes in the More Options section. I don’t know if you have or if you have any thoughts on that. If not, what do you suggest we do about it? We appreciate the OCAP principles (ownership, control, access and possession). You and your colleagues who have analyzed the bill around federal and provincial laws and state that while on first reading it may appear that First Nations laws are given supremacy so long as they conform to the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Constitution Act, section 23 enables First Nations laws to be infringed upon if there’s a determination that a provision is not in the best interests of the child. I talked to a woman who said that our people won’t take these babies because a box of Pampers is $85, and all we get is $85 a week. But Canada is not imposing on itself any positive obligation to deal with the housing crisis in First Nations communities. So we are now at a budget that is over $1.1 billion. Like the alphanumeric outline, the same organizational format is applied; however, in the full-sentence outlines, a complete sentence must be written at each level. This legislation is more a starting point. I think we have a rough sense of what that looks like now from working with many of these communities. Chapter 10: Snippet And More Outline Summary: Road ... (Appa did not get stolen in this au) spirits dont do papers. Let me explain. If the child goes to a non-Indigenous parent, what provisions are in place to safeguard the child’s culture? Again, we can close it up in terms of establishing appropriate baselines. The Inuit are under land claims agreements, and they have, in many aspects, a government or organization in place that they manage already. Let us continue to work together as equal partners to change child and family services for Indigenous children and families for the better and for the good. Given the nature of the data we’re talking about and the way it needs to be collected — and I know Dr. Gaspard is a big believer of this — we can’t wait five years. The obligation and the decision of the tribunal are still there, so we will continue to do that. The first one is about measurable outcomes. Bill C-92 is an important step in its aim. So it is a different complexity. If you use a noun, then all your headings and sub-headings must use nouns. They need to start to connect with each other. I think there are possibilities to develop formulas that can get at many of the issues you talked about. Is that right? They would like to see that change so it’s more flexible, and maybe see some block funding so they have the opportunity to start programming directly at the ground. Then they can decide the most important criteria for them and add the desired emphasis to reflect in their own legislation. Spirit Bear represents all of the children — the First Nations children, the Metis children, Inuit children and also the non-Indigenous children who are growing up right now, wanting to see a country where no child is left behind, where every child is honoured for being distinct, for being who they are, and for a generation of children who never have to fight to be treated equally by the Canadian government. You can customize the font color and outline color just to the right of where you type your text. Take advantage of this to learn more. That would lead to better kinship care placements. I’ve been thinking about the three guiding principles in this piece of legislation — best interests of the child, cultural continuity and substantive equality, which are important — but without something like active efforts that says we need to see proof that everything was done to preserve the child’s place in that family, then there would be a legal case against placement into non-Indigenous foster care. Senator McCallum: Thank you for your presentations. You are looking at a budget for well-being and indicators of measurable outcomes of well-being. But the primary factor is the very first one, and we need to apprehend.”. I thought a $19 family allowance was pretty good back in the 1970s. Decorationa. Unique Standing Stickers designed and sold by artists. You can use something like telehealth, except it can be “tele-elder” or “tele-family.” These pieces of technology make it possible to bring culture and language to children in an urban setting and connect them with extended family and even, indeed, to the land itself. These could be highlighted in terms of mental health as well. I wouldn’t feel comfortable, as a non-Indigenous person, telling them what equality is. Can you help us better understand — at least help me understand — the current situation with your mandate and this proposed legislation? appropriate Standing Committees for consideration.”) ... clearly outline to Councillors and their staff the purpose of the global office budget and that payments to community organizati ons, including sports teams, in the form of sponsorships, donations, etc. Senator Tannas: Thank you for being here, Dr. Blackstock. Senator LaBoucane-Benson: Patti LaBoucane-Benson, Treaty 6 territory, Alberta. If we shift the focus to where we want children to thrive, as opposed to putting children in care, and started measuring those outcomes and provided resources that were targeted and tracked according to whether or not we were achieving those outcomes and adjusted those resources, I think we would have more success than we have seen today. There are a lot of different approaches, as we’ve already said this morning. The previous minister, Jane Philpott, had a memorandum of understanding with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. If you start your headings with a verb, then your subheadings should start with a verb. I think one of the reasons we have this bill is because the government realizes it has failed Indigenous children and families in terms of the number of kids in care and those suffering from various medical ailments, addictions and mental health issues. Your paragraph space should be double-spaced. Our sense was that trust is broken, and Dr. Blackstock talked about this. It’s some of the health needs. As you have heard from the previous speaker, there are a lot of conversations that need to happen around this. Thank you. So it looks like we don’t want the money, but we do.” The rigidity around how these communities actually access funding is important, and we have to look at that. Senator Tannas: Would you give us a hand when we go to put something together on this? Ms. Joe: Thank you, senator. (5)The Standing Committee/Community Council process is a new process as yet undefined. We had 36 hours to analyze the legislation and provide that input to the minister. Senator McPhedran: Marilou McPhedran, Manitoba. And has there been any indication as to how the government plans to overcome those historical disadvantages? We understand that this bill is a vital change to the way the system works right now, but we also need to ensure that bill contains the necessary amendments to truly protect Indigenous children and to truly respect inherent jurisdiction and self-government. Account questions? I would like to thank our panel members for appearing. Capital letters are used for the subheadings (A, B, C, D, E). Page. Suppose your subheading is “History of Mugs” then it should be listed using the English alphabet. Indigenous Services Canada also intends to keep working with partners to assess long-term needs and funding gaps. There are resources that will be required to deal with those information demands. But I was also loved. Mr. Module 2… When we have a situation in our community, we go and ask the family what they need. That’s different than the Auditor General, where the Auditor General has certain parameters in terms of what he would review. As you were talking, I wondered if this is a role in which the PBO could play an important part — officer of Parliament, theoretically separate from the government. Finally, if there are still more subheadings you want to add under your last subheadings, use lower case letters. I have a lot of concern about this bill. Women are essentially silenced in this bill, and they are so critical to raising their children. If you look at recent Canadian history when we tried to legislate on First Nation issues, we tried to legislate a one-size-fits-all approach and it didn’t work too well most of the time. I think money needs to be given that accommodates the needs of those communities and the needs of those agencies to do the best job possible. I wonder if it wouldn’t be worthwhile to have two pieces in the primary consideration: the well-being and safety, but also the child’s connection to family, culture and community. We are not meeting the needs there either. We have provided wording for that to provide more guarantees and assurances to First Nations families that this bill does not end up being a paper tiger. How can you measure to ensure that you are accomplishing substantive equality? It manifests in the federal satisfaction with mediocrity for our kids. Page, I appreciate what you said, and I’m interested in the substantive equality. The primary consideration is the child’s physical, emotional, psychological safety, security and well-being, and then factors after that. Seven orders have followed. That would be a discussion in the transition and that would be the opportunity to have discussions about this. Grandparents in many of these Indigenous communities are pretty spry, and they are willing to take their grandchildren. This has led to the taking of lands, the leaking of resources and the taking of our children. Senator Tannas: Scott Tannas from Alberta. Ms. Wesley-Esquimaux: To be honest, I saw it organizing itself in all of those ways, depending on the communities themselves. I think that is very important as well as having strategic support in place for the communities to inform the development of their laws and institutions and to ensure the operation of those laws and institutions in ways that meet the needs of their particular communities and, in broader strokes, the interdependence of First Nations across the country. We believe that First Nations should be in possession of their own data, have access to their own data, but there is no question that it is very helpful to have a national sense of what is happening to children and their families. It did not include any First Nations or, to my knowledge, Metis or Inuit people in the drafting of the bill, nor did they allow us to see a second draft of the bill in order to be assured that some of the major elements that we felt were preconditions for success were integrated. We could do research for a mechanism that we could suggest be inserted that would do this, because we heard from Dr. Blackstock that this is the hard work that isn’t getting done and that needs to get done in order for it to be anything more than a last-minute win before the election, a symbolic win. The current approach of Indigenous child and family services means that Indigenous children are too often separated from their families, communities, language and culture. Can you also tell us how the bill will address unique challenges that urban-based Indigenous families face? Sometimes we don’t want to see a parent or we don’t want to be returned, and nobody listens to us.” There are two sides to that. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. We have the highest rate of children across Canada. Francyne spoke earlier to the definition of “Indigenous governing body” in this bill. Mr. Tremblay: It will be an interesting puzzle, but it’s not without precedent. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, Formerly Minister’s Special Representative on Child Welfare, as an individual: Good morning, and thank you for the opportunity to come and speak to you. The subheading follows the main heading. This bill was not co-drafted with Indigenous women. It goes on to lay out a number of principles after that. History of MugsB. Designs and Functions of Mugs to the Society. How are we to forestall the tragedy of the Sixties Scoop if First Nations don’t have any kind of jurisdiction over adoption? I think we need to make sure that at the end of the day, any of our children are first being given the services they need, be it federal, provincial or local government. Senator LaBoucane-Benson: Under the equality section, it does say that the child has a voice. I don’t know whether the committee found it out, but certainly one of the things that I found out when talking to one of the former premiers of Saskatchewan was that the provincial funding formula for education took into account the kinds of things we’re talking about today, for example, remoteness of the school. This bill does focus a lot on the protection. The PBO has done good work on costing out First Nation education gaps, water gaps and schools, but we’re asking for something holistic across all those programs so we can finally have a comprehensive plan that puts all these inequalities behind these children and families forever. When we come down to definitions and social determinants, it should be done completely in a First Nations context, including substantive equality. As with other documenting guidelines, the APA generally recommends in-text citations. Senator McPhedran: Second, I immediately perked up when you talked about an independent evaluation. 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