Ovide Mercredi on Truth and Reconciliation: In light of the Canadian government's recent apology, and as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission commences its work, Ovide Mercredi, chief of the Misipawistic Cree nation and former chief of the Assembly of First Nations, reflects on what true reconciliation means and explains that it will only work if the reconciliation process engages aboriginals as equal partners.

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Ovide Mercredi on Truth and Reconciliation: In light of the Canadian government's recent apology, and as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission commences its work, Ovide Mercredi, chief of the Misipawistic Cree nation and former chief of the Assembly of First Nations, reflects on what true reconciliation means and explains that it will only work if the reconciliation process engages aboriginals as equal partners.

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In light of the Canadian government's recent apology, and as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission commences its work, Ovide Mercredi, chief of the Misipawistic Cree nation and former chief of the Assembly of First Nations, reflects on what true reconciliation means and explains that it will only work if the reconciliation process engages aboriginals as equal partners.
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