By Stephanie Taylor THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA- Federal ministers and the assembly of First Nations expressed disappointment Tuesday as the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal decided against approving a historic, $40 billion child-welfare settlement agreement. In a summary of a decision released that afternoon, the tribunal urged the parties to continue negotiating. “This decision is so devastating,” the assembly’s Manitoba Regional Chief Cindy Woodhouse, who was part of negotiating the package, said during a press conference in Winnipeg. “I don’t think that the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal considered the major implication that this is going to have,” she said. “This decision is so devastating to so many people today and for First Nations and Canadians who want to see a better system.” The finding has now thrown the landmark settlement, the
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