First Nations house

A First Nations house 

Canada has made little progress on indigenous economic development since the federal government’s apology for the Indian residential school system in 2008, according to a report done by Cardus. 

“Our paper raises serious questions about the disappointing lack of progress on economic reconciliation in Canada,” said Cardus work and economics program director Renze Nauta in a Thursday press release. 

Reporter (Alberta)

Jonathan Bradley is a Reporter for the Western Standard & Alberta Report. Bradley has contributed stories to the National Post, True North, and Canadaland. He obtained a master's degree in media production at Toronto Metropolitan University.

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Left Coast

That's the Band Members house . . . . but the Chief has a Condo in Florida!

Harper forced the Bands to produce Annual Financial Statement to increase Transparency for the Band . . . our Justin eliminated the requirement as the Chiefs wished!

Woodrow George



Where is the substantial funding in addition to numerous other supports, including control over 'traditional' territories gone to? Is there any actual record of the total financial and other benefits received by the First nations?

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