Quebec Indigenous groups collecting stories of forced sterilization

Tired of waiting for Quebec to acknowledge reports of forced sterilization, a group of Indigenous researchers, women's groups, health-care providers and othersĀ are collecting testimonies from First Nations and Inuit women to document the practice in the province.

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