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AFN National Chief Phil Fontaine makes a passionate address about the desperate situation of First Nations communities to the Canadian Club of Ottawa, May 15, 2007. Fontaine talks about the Conservative government reneging on the Kelowna Accord; 1100 outstanding land claims, and the attempts First Nations people have made to work with the Canadian government to resolve land claims and other issues. “How can we make this right for Canada? What can we do together to create the kind of country that we all deserve to live in?… Our people will simply no longer be put off… or dismissed as second-class citizens or an afterthought…. Canadians, we know, want these issues resolved fairly and justly.” “What did we do? What wrong did we do to Canadians? What harm did we inflict on people? What do they expect from us?… We’ve tried every approach, we’ve tried to do better, not just for First Nations people but for all Canadians.” (Part 3 of 4.) Part 1: ca.youtube.com Part 2: ca.youtube.com Part 4: www.youtube.com
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