Indigenous Communities: Surviving Canada

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Some months ago, a University of Toronto professor specializing in Indigenous health was a guest on The Agenda. In the midst of one of her answers, she said something off topic but quite provocative: that the government of Canada was essentially keeping Indigenous people in crisis, in order to get unfettered access to the riches of their land. The Agenda assembles a panel to discuss this controversial idea.
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