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Opinion | BY STEPHANIE SCOTT | September 29, 2021
The election followed a summer where the discoveries of more than 1,300 unmarked graves at former residential schools across the country inspired calls for action. A record number of 77 Indigenous candidates ran for election. One-in-five Canadian voters included Reconciliation as part of their ‘top five’ issues—double the amount from 2019. Yet despite this, Reconciliation faded into the background, writes Stephanie Scott. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY STEPHANIE SCOTT | September 29, 2021
Opinion | BY STEPHANIE SCOTT | September 29, 2021
The election followed a summer where the discoveries of more than 1,300 unmarked graves at former residential schools across the country inspired calls for action. A record number of 77 Indigenous candidates ran for election. One-in-five Canadian voters included Reconciliation as part of their ‘top five’ issues—double the amount from 2019. Yet despite this, Reconciliation faded into the background, writes Stephanie Scott. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia