From a bitter past to the sweet taste of opportunity – Troy Media

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From a bitter past to the sweet taste of opportunity – Troy Media

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 2020148 Views

Road to Reconciliation: An examination of what meaningful consultation and economic reconciliation look like

If you relied on the headlines alone, you might conclude that the Indigenous peoples of Canada are squarely against oil and gas development. You would be wrong.

Headlines, by their nature, highlight crisis and conflict in simplified terms. But the debate over Indigenous support for resource development is highly nuanced. Readers must go beyond the headlines to understand what’s really going on.

A new Troy Media series by three accomplished leaders who either belong to, or work closely with, Indigenous communities in Canada will explore over the next three weeks the issues at play. Although this is far from a simple story, the news, for the most part, is very encouraging.

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