The Truth and Reconciliation report was supposed to be about residential schools. It was really a taxpayer funded socialist handbook for remaking every aspect of Canadian society.
Among other things, the report recommends a new statutory holiday and more funding for the CBC. What does that have to do with the real issues facing First Nations?
Of course, Justin Trudeau immediately claimed he would press for implementation of the entire report, before he could possibly have had time to read it.
Now Canadian premiers are jumping on the bandwagon, announcing at their big meeting in Newfoundland that they too were going to implement all the recommendations.
But Indian Affairs is under federal jurisdiction. They can't, and won't, really do anything recommended in the report.
This is just more moral preening and posing, like Trudeau was engaging in.
And the Canadian media isn't calling them on it.
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