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Margaret Froh

Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | January 8, 2024
Bill C-53, under the purview of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree, is about recognizing the internal self-government of the Métis Nation of Ontario related to our citizenship, elections, financial management, and child and family services, writes Margaret Froh. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | January 8, 2024
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | January 8, 2024
Bill C-53, under the purview of Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree, is about recognizing the internal self-government of the Métis Nation of Ontario related to our citizenship, elections, financial management, and child and family services, writes Margaret Froh. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 19, 2023
In his new portfolio, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree will have to continue shepherding Bill C-53 through Parliament. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 19, 2023
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 19, 2023
In his new portfolio, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree will have to continue shepherding Bill C-53 through Parliament. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 28, 2022
The story of our Métis ancestors fighting for our rights in Mica Bay ties directly to the story of Steve Powley, pictured, and his son harvesting their moose and having their right to do so recognized by the Supreme Court in September 2003, writes Margaret Froh. Screenshot courtesy of YouTube/ Métis Nation of Ontario
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 28, 2022
Opinion | BY MARGARET FROH | September 28, 2022
The story of our Métis ancestors fighting for our rights in Mica Bay ties directly to the story of Steve Powley, pictured, and his son harvesting their moose and having their right to do so recognized by the Supreme Court in September 2003, writes Margaret Froh. Screenshot courtesy of YouTube/ Métis Nation of Ontario