Old way of doing business is dead

If the Idle No More story tells us anything, it is that trying to avoid necessary changes is no long a viable or sensible option.

Drumming down Sparks Street: Idle No More protesters, pictured on Jan. 11 drumming down Sparks Street in Ottawa. Xat’sull First Nation Chief Bev Sellars writes that not only does the federal government need to respond, but so do the provinces to the fact that most resource development in Canada impacts on aboriginal lands and territories. Photograph by Steve Gerecke, The Hill Times

By Chief Bev Sellars

PUBLISHED : Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 6:37 PM

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