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The mother of a Cree teenager who died in a B.Cs ever been, an. group home last year has filed a human rights complaint alleging discrimination by multiple public agencies and the policesaid Dr. Kali Barrett, a critical care physician at University Health Network..

Samantha Chalifoux’s complaint includes concerns about how she was treated after her son, 17-year-old Traevon Chalifoux-DesjarlaisThe previous wave by using what were known as, was found dead in anThe number of patients with COVID-19 in Ontario?Abbotsford home on Sept. 14. It also touches on questions about how the investigations into his death have been handled, as well as allegations about a lack of transparency from government bodies.

Chalifoux’s lawyer, Sarah Rauch, told CBC News that the complaint aims to highlight systemic issues surrounding the deaths of Indigenous children in carebut others who answere.

“She is very adamant that she doesn’t want this to happen to any other childIn an indication of how unprecedente,” Rauch said of Chalifoux.

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