Not a bit surprised - an essay re: neglect of canadian aboriginals by the canadian government.
NOT A BIT SURPRISED
note - this essay was written in response to an article in the "globe and mail" entitled "Harper sails into storm with natives". (feb 27, 2004)
As far back into the history that I have known, Aboriginal issues seem to be consistently on the back burner. What is it about these issues that seem to be too far-gone or taboo to address? As a descendant of aboriginal lineage, the issues facing first nations communities across the country are all too familiar to my family and myself. I feel that the native community has been over-looked and ignored for too long and in th…
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