'All parties should also reflect upon the many very real and helpful suggestions that have been made to prevent these moments,' says Ry Moran of the National Centre for Reconciliation.
Demonstrators in Ottawa march on Feb. 24 in support of the Wetʼsuwetʼen hereditary chiefs, who oppose a $6-billion natural gas pipeline that will run through its traditional territory in northern B.C. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A minority Parliament isn’t conducive to “deep” debates over the Wet’suwet’en dispute and the ensuing solidarity protests, says former Liberal MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette.
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Cherie Wong of the Alliance Canada Hong Kong says Canada’s intelligence and police agencies appear to be ill-equipped to respond to the 'malicious and sophisticated' ways in which Beijing allegedly suppresses criticism.