Unconditional II – MP’s private members bill becomes law

by Derek Cornet First Nations have a special relationship with the federal government because of the Indian Act. The Act legislatively made First Nations people wards of the Canadian state, which gave parliament the power to draft laws that effected their day-to-day lives. The following is the second part of a four part series focusing … Continue reading

Unconditional IV – Bill C-428 seen as one for all, all for one

by Derek Cornet Points of view clash in this final installment of a four-part series focusing on Desnethé–Missinippi–Churchill River MP Rob Clarke’s private member’s bill. Critics bring Clarke’s intent and motive for the bill to the foreground and question whether Bill C-428 serves the people or serves the MP. “It was created even before we … Continue reading