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reconciliation

The new Tory leader accused Trudeau of being “all talk and no action.”
It’s the second time one of Doug Ford’s ministers has been called insensitive for wearing a bulletproof vest.
The NDP MP said his bill fulfills a promise he made to himself as a residential school survivor.
Generations of Indigenous people were prevented from practising who they are.
Michael Wernick called it a “profound change in Canada's legal landscape.”
The prime minister's remarks sparked laughter and applause at a Liberal fundraiser.
It's the largest settlement the Quebec First Nation has ever seen.
"... our friend Jeremy didn't get a chance to finish."
The majority of Indigenous housing interests is missing in the government's response to the housing crisis in Canada.
One grand chief called the resignation a "significant step backwards."
“Why can’t we have that mindless entertainment, the silly comedy?”
“It’s to alleviate the oppression that we are dealing with."
"I am doing the work because I believe in what I’m sharing."
Giving people the right of public access to, and responsible use of, private lands could be a small step toward reconciliation.
"It's really difficult for me as a survivor to accept that."
They've admitted they played a role in forced sterilization.
A new film reminds us that colonization is still with us.
We Day makes the case that Indigenous issues should matter to the youngest Canadians.
I was proud of an Indigenous woman being named the new Justice Minister. But sadly, I am let down by the current government with parading another Indigenous woman, and other Indigenous persons, out when it conveniences them, at a moment's notice to disregard criticism of the party's actions.