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Kai's campaign and support would mean a world of difference to many Aboriginal Children, Youth and Families. Aboriginal Youth experience isolation, loneliness, become separated with their cultural and spiritual needs and supportive agents, and experience dis-connection. It would change an Aboriginal Child & Youth's life if he was to remain in his mother's care - and follow a Matriarchal Rule…

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Acknowledge the failure of the Justice System, Family Courts, and work toward the best interest of culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal Children and Youth - focus on building stronger families rather than tearing them apart - as per Agreements for Justice, Health Care, Stakeholders, Private Agencies, and all of them lack the initiative to promote proper care; we are stuck in limbo.…

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  • Cowichan Tsou'halim
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    I campaign for freedom, equal rights and a peaceful resolution. Exercising internal and external…Read More

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Cowichan Tsou'halim
Cowichan Tsou'halim Campaign leader

Because Kai matters, our children are the future generations and must be treated with respect today. We don't want Kai lost into a system…Read More

Click here to support Kai's Campaign by S Wilseem-Swustus

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Kai's Campaign Kai has been though a lot of emotional distress from being beaten and abused by his father and step-mother; family courts, social workers, teachers, and police failed him. Family court judge made a horrible decision, by giving custody to his father in Saskatoon. His father caused so much anxiety, and distress to Kai he could not…Read More
Cowichan Tsou'halim
Cowichan Tsou'halim Campaign leader

There is currently no money for Cultural Healing for Native Youth, unless its operated by Non-Native Government & Non-Native Health…Read More

Mohawk man jailed for 3 weeks for $40 theft because no government would pay for his rehab

CBC News
A 24-year-old Kahnawake man spent three weeks behind bars when he should have been in court-ordered treatment for his drug addiction because of federal-provincial quibbling over who should pay for his rehabilitation. "I would not wish jail and prison on anyone, even my worst enemy," said Detwin Curleyhead, 24.  "It is not a place to be. You are…Read More

Cowichan children abducted - by Child & Family Services

Blockade planned for Cowichan Tribes’ band office - Cowichan Valley Citizen

Cowichan Valley Citizen
Sam Wilson intends to see the Cowichan Tribes’ band offices in Duncan shut down on Oct. 4 Wilson, a Cowichan Tribes’ elder, said he’s appealing for all members of the First Nation to join him in his efforts to hold Chief William Seymour and his council accountable for a number of issues that he claims are negatively impacting them. RELATED…Read More
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