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Valérie Courtois

Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 7, 2021
At their first official meeting, held virtually Feb. 23, 2021, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden singled out the leadership of Indigenous nations and 'agreed to be partners in protecting nature, including by supporting Indigenous-led conservation efforts.' Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz
Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 7, 2021
Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 7, 2021
At their first official meeting, held virtually Feb. 23, 2021, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden singled out the leadership of Indigenous nations and 'agreed to be partners in protecting nature, including by supporting Indigenous-led conservation efforts.' Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz
Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 22, 2019
Indigenous leaders have an important message of hope to share at an international summit being hosted by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured right with Employment Minister Patty Hajdu on April 2, 2019, this week in Montreal, writes Valérie Courtois. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 22, 2019
Opinion | BY VALéRIE COURTOIS | April 22, 2019
Indigenous leaders have an important message of hope to share at an international summit being hosted by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured right with Employment Minister Patty Hajdu on April 2, 2019, this week in Montreal, writes Valérie Courtois. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade