After Stephen Harper’s apology to Aboriginal peoples for residential schools, one might have thought Canada was moving towards greater equality and peace, its government allegedly passionate about atoning for the racist brutalities of the past. But is the Harper administration really filled with regret at the devastating impacts Canada’s policies have had on Aboriginal peoples? The oppressive impacts that the recently passed the Safe Streets and Communities Act (formerly Bill C-10) is sure to have on Aboriginal communities, and youth in particular, suggest the answer is a firm “no.” Read the full essay by Danielle Martak here.
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