Canada’s Indigenous voices

Canada’s Indigenous voices

Today on Context hearing Canada’s First Nation Voices.

A complicated dispute has re-surfaced between Canada’s First Nation and Canadian commercial fisherman. It comes down to a peace treaty signed by the crown in the 1760’s. When the supreme court ruled that Indigenous communities have the right to fish for a moderate livelihood.

On the program- former New Brunswick politician Susan Levi-Peters, along with the president of the Maritime Fishermen’s Union, Lex Brukovskiy present their concerns. Professor Karen Lawford joins us to speak about the most vulnerable of the Indigenous population- women and girls. On THE CUE, Kollie Wood and Chris McKee discuss what the road to reconciliation looks like.



Susan Levi-Peters, former Elsipogtog First Nation Chief

Terry Leblanc, Indigenous studies program director, Tyndale University

Lex Brukovskiy, president of the Maritimes Fishermen’s Union

Karen Lawford, assistant professor, gender studies, Queen’s University

Kollie Wood, owner/CEO of Converging Pathways and senior Indigenous advisor, Ministry of Agriculture, government of Saskatchewan

Chris McKee, executive facilitator – Converging Pathways Consulting



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