Murray Sinclair: Importance of Truth and Reconciliation

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Tonight, we kick off a special summer series, looking back at some of the most important and notable stories we've covered on The Agenda. From 2017 and 2020 respectively, Justice Murray Sinclair reflected on the progress of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission and why it should continue to matter to all Canadians. Then, after Murray Sinclair announced his retirement from Canada's senate, he spoke to Steve Paikin about his accomplishments and challenges, Canada's reckoning with its treatment of Indigenous people, and his future plans.
Murray Sinclair: Importance of Truth and Reconciliation
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Jul 05, 2021
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