Indigenous communities need to be allowed to experiment and innovate through local self-rule and decentralization
Author: Joseph Quesnel
Joseph Quesnel received a BA honours in political science and history from McGill University and is currently completing a master of journalism degree from Carleton University, with a specialization in public affairs reporting. Joseph has over 15 years of experience in print journalism including over three years as lead staff writer at the Drum/First Perspective, a national Aboriginal publication.
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Ottawa must bring in legislation to ensure the project gets built now more than ever
Moving aboriginal services closer to people a good idea
But the temptation to allow old-school First Nation politics into the system must be avoided
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