#Elxn43 report card result: needs improvement for Indigenous inclusion – The Hill Times

by ahnationtalk on October 21, 201991 Views

Oct. 21, 2019

The horror is the Liberals’ decision to refuse to change their ways and the Conservatives stating they would do the same. The fact is that a request for a procedural delay until after the election was the obvious choice. An ethical choice.

OTTAWA—I never thought a 40-day campaign period could be so long. So many words and so little principle.

We looked for opportunities to engage on discussions on the future of health and social services, including for Indigenous peoples. And instead of the urgent conversations needed to address this priority for many Canadians and Indigenous health-care leaders, we received the odd recycled, table-drop announcement. Indigenous health and well-being were politicized for partisan gain.

Then it got worse.

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