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Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews delivers an announcement during Question Period in the House of Commons on March 4, 2013. The government says it will continue to pay for the First Nations Policing Program for the next five years.
Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews delivers an announcement during Question Period in the House of Commons on March 4, 2013. The government says it will continue to pay for the First Nations Policing Program for the next five years.
(Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press)

Ottawa faces fresh questioning over multifaith services for inmates

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Corrections Canada is preparing to hand responsibility for prison chaplains to an external contractor, raising new questions about Ottawa’s commitment to providing multi-faith services to federal inmates.