Indigenous delegates meet with Pope Francis | CTV News in Rome

Metis and Inuit delegates are in Vatican City to meet with Pope Francis. Donna Sound discusses what came out of the meeting.

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  1. No INDIGENOUS met with pope Francis toady. Delegates representing the Inuit and Metis did and THEY are in no way Indigenous. The Metis did not even exist in Canada until the 16th century and are really no different than the birth children of and irishman and a west african woman, simply mixed birthrite. The Inuit on the otherhand are indigenous to Russia and Alaska, and simply began migrating across the Canadian north just before the Vikings landed in Newfoundland.

  2. Seeking an apology for decades and then travelling to the church bringing gifts and expecting an apology seems desperate and disingenuous

  3. Tia-饾惞**小袣 袦袝 - 小袧袝饾挒饾挦 饾憖饾挻 袪饾憛饾煝饾惞饾惣饾惪袝 says:

    Great to hear

  4. Nency- 馃憟饾摃**小袣 袦袝 - 小袧袝饾搾饾摎 饾摐饾摠 袪饾摗0饾摃饾摌饾摏袝 馃敒 says:

    He laughed all the way back to the Vatican, he鈥檚 still giggling.

  5. Just wandering if these delegates visiting the pope travelled to Rome at their own expense or are the Canadian tax payers picking up the tab for this junket.

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