“Premiers and governments are going to have to start thinking differently.”
Quebec Premier Phillippe Couillard said Tuesday the Justin Trudeau administration’s stated desire to develop a “government-to-government” relationship with First Nations doesn’t match the Constitutional realities of Canada.
Quebec Premier Phillippe Couillard said during closed-door talks between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, premiers and Indigenous leaders that the Constitution needs to be reopened to deal with issues of Indigenous rights and self-government. , according to Assembly of First Nations Ontario.
Indigenous leaders get ready for sit down with prime minister, premiers and territorial leaders to talk climate change
Indigenous leaders prepare for meeting with prime minister, premiers and territorial leaders.
Meeting involves AFN, Métis National Council, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami.
‘Canada failed terribly, the provinces failed terribly,’ Chiefs disappointed after climate talks with PM, Premiers
(Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day meets with reporters following Wednesday’s meeting. The Prime Minister and…