Conflict between national, tribal law testing Trudeau’s commitment to First Nations
By Jared Whitley Oct. 9, 2018
One of the problems with leftist global-progressivism is the conflict between values like absolute cultural tolerance and 21st-century feminism, writes former Republican staffer Jared Whitley.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau still has much to show for if he wants to make good on his promises to First Nations people, writes former Republican staffer Jared Whitley. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
Like all good and decent Americans, Canada drives me a little bonkers.
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