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/ 97.3 The Eagle
              The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations was impressed with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s speech to the U-N General Assembly, where he spoke of the history of Canada’s Indigenous People. Perry Bellegarde says Trudeau told Canada’s true and complete history when he spoke of the devastating legacy left on reserves by residential schools. However, one Conservative M-P accused Trudeau of focusing on domestic issues when he should spoken about international problems, such as the plight of Myanmar’s Rohingya, refugees, U-N reform or North Korea.

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