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Apr 21, 2022
“The Harper government left a very bad taste with Indigenous people all across the country. Poilievre, that’s a cross he’ll have to bear.”
The race to crown a new federal Conservative leader is barely begun but it’s already heating up as eight contenders jostle to steer the party into the next election.
Among the frontrunners are former Quebec premier Jean Charest, longtime parliamentarian Pierre Poilievre and former Ontario Conservative leader Patrick Brown.
Whoever does take the reigns will need a real, viable plan for reconciliation with Indigenous people if they want to eventually lead the country, political analysts tell Nation to Nation.
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