Ontario's Aboriginal affairs minister refuses fish from Grassy Narrows

A group of people from the Grassy Narrows First Nation made the five hour trek from Thunder Bay to Toronto, some on foot, to deliver a message and a gift.

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A group of people from the Grassy Narrows First Nation made the five hour trek from Thunder Bay to Toronto, some on foot, to deliver a message and a gift.

APTN National News reporter Donna Smith has this story.

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2 thoughts on “Ontario's Aboriginal affairs minister refuses fish from Grassy Narrows

  1. 1st of all it is not a 5 hr trek to from Thunder
    Bay to Toronto (some on foot). It is 17 hrs by car. News has more credibility
    when it is accurate. The government always stalls until the people of the day are dead. That way they are never held to account. As for the Minister she is so clued out she probably thinks
    “why don’t they stop eating the fish?”

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