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Shining a light on First Nations’ finances, and moving ahead –

Median chief’s tax-free salary: $62,210

December 2, 2014

There’s something about the federal government’s new law forcing First Nations to reveal more about their local finances—especially how much chiefs and councilors are paid—that doesn’t entirely sit right.

After all, among the 582 bands across Canada subject to the First Nations Financial Transparency Act, many languish in poverty, face crushing addiction levels and the violence that goes with alcohol and drug abuse. They endure seeing their kids attend poor schools, while too many of their families live in broken-down houses.

So when critics accuse the Conservative government of cynically trying to deflect attention away from these urgent problems, by emphasizing instead how much Aboriginal politicians earn at the local level, they might well appear to have a point. And yet—no matter how much Canadians who genuinely hope for better days for First Nations might prefer to focus on more pressing concerns—the financial details exposed to the glare of public scrutiny by the new law are impossible to ignore.

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