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Discrimination against disabled Indigenous child shows little has changed: advocate

John Woods / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILES</p><p>Daphne Penrose, the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth: “There continues to be inequity for children who are living on First Nations communities, with respect to accessing services for disabilities."</p>

John Woods / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILES

Daphne Penrose, the Manitoba Advocate for Children and Youth: “There continues to be inequity for children who are living on First Nations communities, with respect to accessing services for disabilities."

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