National Day for Truth and Reconciliation : Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme

Cowessess First Nation Chief Cadmus Delorme explains how Canadians can understand what the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation means, and how they can mark the day.
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  1. She’s lucky to have a Dad like you. I’m female and when I was a kid, my German Dad told me I couldn’t be a pilot.

  2. My kids are part Indigenous and I hope they never listen to all the bitterness spewed out by Chiefs. I raised them to believe we are all equal and I hate to think hearing all this talk makes them believe something is broken in them. They are adults, married, homeowners and I have 1 Grandchild so far. There is nothing broken in Canada. When you heal yourself the world is a nicer place to live.

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