It’s time for us to work together with our aboriginal neighbours

Globe and Mail, April 23, 2010

If someone asked you to describe all the important relationships in your life – to people, places, even to organizations and institutions – where would the federal government rank? For most of us, the government would not even make the list. And yet when it comes to the circumstances and opportunities of first nations, Métis and Inuit peoples, many Canadians assume aboriginal leaders and the federal government are the only ones with a role to play.  Read more >>