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Former N.S. Native Women’s Association president files human rights complaints over Googoo investigation

Cheryl Maloney

Cheryl Maloney says the Tripartite Forum failed to find solutions or protections for Mi’kmaq women after a 2018 report found that Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief Morley Googoo engaged in “direct discrimination” against her and other women.

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