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Two women allege coerced sterilization at Winnipeg hospitals: lawyer

<p>Tubal ligations carried out on unwilling Indigenous women is one of the "most heinous" practices in health care happening across Canada, says Senator Yvonne Boyer, above, a Metis lawyer and former nurse who is now a senator for Ontario.</p>

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Tubal ligations carried out on unwilling Indigenous women is one of the "most heinous" practices in health care happening across Canada, says Senator Yvonne Boyer, above, a Metis lawyer and former nurse who is now a senator for Ontario.

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