Can Treaties Be a Tool of Reconciliation?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Maurice Switzer is a journalist, educator, and a member of the Mississauguas of Alderville First Nation and Kelly Crawford, a member of the Chigeeng First Nation, a treaty educator with the Anishinabek Nation, and assistant director of Indigenous Initiatives at the University of Toronto, discuss if Treaty Recognition Week represents a step on Ontario's journey toward reconciliation.
Episode:
Treaties Recognition Week
Aired:
Nov 05, 2021
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