How Alberta intends to follow up on its apology to First Nations – The Globe and Mail

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How Alberta intends to follow up on its apology to First Nations – The Globe and Mail

by ahnationtalk on June 29, 2015290 Views

Jun. 26, 2015

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley this week apologized for the province’s inaction against the residential school system that removed thousands of First Nations children from their homes and placed them in abusive settings. She also called for a public inquiry into the disappearances and murders of aboriginal women across the country. This came three weeks after Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission described the country’s past First Nations policies as “cultural genocide.” Kathleen Ganley is Alberta’s Minister of Aboriginal Relations (as well as the Minister of Justice and Solicitor-General). Ms. Ganley spoke with The Globe and Mail’s Carrie Tait about Alberta’s apology and policy plans.

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