Trudeau Meets With Aboriginal Leaders To Discuss Climate Change

Huffington Post: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat down with aboriginal leaders Wednesday to discuss a role for First Nations in the fight against climate change. But Trudeau may be finding that the talks with First Nations aren't any easier than they are with the premiers. The prime minister was defending himself even before the talks began over the decision not to include the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, which represents non-status aboriginals, and the Native Women's Association of Canada. "The federal......

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