Harper government denies human rights museum censored Indigenous exhibits

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A former curator of Aboriginal content at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is claiming in a new book she was ordered to censor Canada’s dark history with its Indigenous people.

That includes removing the term “genocide” from exhibits.

But the Harper government has told APTN it’s not true.

“That allegation is totally false,” said Conservative MP Rob Clarke on APTN’s Nation to Nation Thursday.

APTN’s Jaydon Flett has the story.

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