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Jordan’s Principle, named in honour of Jordan River Anderson, aims to give First Nations children equal and fair access to services ordinarily available to other children and to shield them from jurisdictional disputes. Jordan River Anderson died tragically after spending two and a half years unnecessarily in hospital because government officials could not decide who should pay for his at-home care because he was First Nations.
The Jordan’s Principle Working Group. (2015). Without denial, delay, or disruption: Ensuring First Nations children’s access to equitable services through Jordan’s Principle. Ottawa, ON: Assembly of First Nations.