Federal government failing Indigenous communities on housing, policing: AG report

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The federal government is failing to meet its housing and policing commitments to First Nations across the country, leaving many Indigenous people in Canada under-housed and inadequately policed, according to a new report from the Auditor General released on Tuesday. 

Karen Hogan’s spring reports said that despite multiple warnings, the underfunding of housing means that the number of First Nations homes that need repair or replacement is essentially the same in 2022 as it was in 2015.

“Adequate housing is a basic human need,” Hogan said in a statement. “After four audit reports, I can honestly say that I am completely discouraged

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