OTTAWA—I was going to write about the new federal cabinet. Then I heard Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller spout the same doublespeak as his predecessor on why the federal government believes it knows better on how to treat Indigenous kids than the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. Then I heard about NDP MP Charlie Angus’ motion to stop the government on fighting the ruling, which was so easily shrugged off. I have to believe that the man Marc Miller would not stand in the way of Indigenous kids’ rights and futures. But somebody in Ottawa clearly believes they know better, and whipped ministers into line. It seems apparent that ministers have no self-determination now. They might as well be First Nations chiefs under the Indian Act.
By Schneider Electric’s Secure Power Division - Canada
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