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Bennett fails to calm fears over government’s emerging rights framework



 

Justin Brake
APTN News
The Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett spoke at a forum hosted by the Assembly of First Nations forum called First Nations Rights, Title and Jurisdiction in Gatineau, Que. Tuesday.

The main subject of her speech was the upcoming Recognition and Implementation of Indigenous Rights Framework.

It is proposed legislation Canada says it will put First Nation rights into law.

But there are many skeptics who don’t trust what the Trudeau government is doing.

Bennett was doing her best to calm those fears.

jbrake@aptn.ca

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3 Responses to “Bennett fails to calm fears over government’s emerging rights framework”

  1. Korry.ambrose@gmail.com'
    Korry September 13, 2018 at 3:10 am #

    Be very careful of what you sign, this Government has proven to be unethical and act in ways that are not in the best interest of all Canadians and have only given token acts of responsibility now there is another election coming up. Conservative Governments have done more in ratification of First Nation land and honouring self government with out trying to rewrite the Indian Act. Please don’t be bought by small guestures that disguise Trudeau’s evilness.

  2. keshanesam@gmail.com'
    Sam September 12, 2018 at 5:24 am #

    Never trust a white man..make our own agenda for ourselves.

  3. charlenenokahoot@gmail.com'
    Charlene Nokahoot September 12, 2018 at 4:39 am #

    Honorable Bennet;
    Please explain to the people these changes effect. We have not heard anything regarding the Indigenous Rights Framework implementation and recognition agreement. Please let the grassroots people know what this consists of and the impact on our lives. You can reach us through the media or more specifically via facebook. News in this format is spread far and wide quickly.
    The essential details in plain English are preferred.
    Thank-you