‘Speaking The Truth’

“The {Chinese aboriginal} chairwoman of the Senate committee on ‘aboriginal people’ is asking a Conservative senator to rethink her place on the committee after she said there were positive aspects to Canada’s residential school system {An obvious truth…}.

“Conservative Lynn Beyak made the comments…in the Upper Chamber, saying that the government-funded, church-operated schools…were not all bad.

“Committee chairwoman Lillian Eva Dyck {Member of the Gordon ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 3,643 people} in Saskatchewan, and a first generation Chinese Canadian
http://sen.parl.gc.ca/ldyck/html/eng/03biography.html }
says Beyak’s comments were seen as being ‘ill-informed’ {? See links at bottom} and insensitive, especially to the ‘survivors’ {‘former students’} of residential schools and their descendants. Continue reading ‘Speaking The Truth’

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‘Expanding Our Coverage’

While this page will remain focused on the aboriginal issue, we will now also be using another page — ‘One Nation, One Law, Canada’ — to focus on other aspects of legal inequality in Canada. This will include the anti-English discrimination in Quebec and the federal civil service, as well as the Islamic push for special legal rights. We will also continue to examine the complicity of the Canadian legal profession in propagating and profiting from legal inequality…

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