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“I don’t forgive her,” the Indigenous services minister said.
Her last few years in the Senate had been mired in controversy.
NDP MP Charlie Angus accused the Tory leader of “revisionist race-baiting.”
It's another visible way to say every child matters, while staying COVID-19 safe.
He said “those kinds of acts of vandalism are not advancing the path towards greater justice and equality."
The organization that tackles Canada's history also has a podcast on the topic.
Garnet Angeconeb says the senator's apology was not enough.
The effects of the Indian Act still reverberate today.
"I am doing the work because I believe in what I’m sharing."
Landmarks, plaques and monuments surrounding Beardy's and Okemasis Cree Nation were constant reminders of the uprising.