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Jody Wilson-Raybould served as Canada's justice minister and attorney general from 2015 until she was shuffled out of the post this past January. Now running for re-election as an Independent, she'll be taking time amid the coming campaign to discuss her new book at the Ottawa Writer's Festival on Sept. 20. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould will be chatting about her new book at the Ottawa Writers Festival on Sept. 20.
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'Our relationship with police has been one of violence, from the colonial nature of everything that has happened in Canada,' says Judith Sayers, president of the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council in Port Alberni, B.C.
'I get we're in a pandemic, and I'm very supportive of using the technology, but until I know that it respects the basic rights and has the highest standards, I can't see that it's going to work,' said MP Charlie Angus.
'At least at this stage, it's better to work the backrooms, work the players that have some influence with the White House, and try to ensure that such a threat doesn't become a reality,' says Canada-U.S. group co-chair.
'We do not celebrate the existence of this country in the same way other people do, because we think that the existence of this country came at a price to our ancestors and to us,' says Senator Murray Sinclair.
'Peter MacKay has a proven track record of uniting Conservatives, and that's precisely what he's doing in the leadership campaign. And that's what he'll do if he's elected as leader,' says Conservative MP Michael Cooper.