In the 19th century, the Canadian government believed it was responsible for educating and caring for aboriginal people in Canada.About 150,000 First Nation, Inuit and Métis children were removed from their communities and forced to attend the schools.
Jewish children had many more rights after hitler died and after he died lots of people including children were dead war started in 1939 world war 1 because hitter attacked poland.
1960 - 1980
Black children got freedom close to 1980 1990 from white between black and discrimination from all the sighs about the water fountains and the washrooms now they could use any water fountain and go to any school. Even though some people like them or not
Canada signed the convention on this he rights of the child on may 28 1990 and ratified it on December 13 1991.
Foster care is a system which a child is placed in a war, group homes or private home of a state certified care giver, which is also called a foster parent. The placement of which the child is normally arranged through the government.Founded in 1937 as Foster Parents Plan, we started out by providing direct aid to individual children and families. As our work grew and evolved over many decades,.
In 1995, when Craig Kielburger was 12 years old, Craig saw a headline in the Toronto Star newspaper that read “Battled child labour, boy, 12, murdered.”
And that is what inspired him to make free the children and me to we
First Nation children
On January 26 the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal found that the federal government discriminates against children
Disabled children have rights and they have laws and prevailages and some laws are they cant leave their parents until 18 because they have to be an adult to fully be capable of being on their own.That law was made in 2016 I think