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2021 Church Fires: A Burning Desire for Revenge, or Terrorism?

Commentary

To assert that Canada has had a less than stellar record of relations with our First Nations fellow citizens is nothing new. Whether we are talking about residential schools, relegation to inhospitable land areas, or the seizure of territory, we have treated these people terribly.
We appear to have acknowledged this history to some degree, the truth and reconciliation commission is but one example. On a more local level, every meeting I attend starts with a line which goes something like, “the land we are meeting on is the unceded territory of the [insert name] people.” That is something, I suppose, but many activists want more. Much more….

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