Veldon Coburn is a PhD candidate at Queen’s University’s political science department, studying Indigenous identity, policy and politics, and teaches Indigenous issues at McGill University. Coburn is Anishinaabe from Pikwakanagan.  

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In reluctant defence of Kellie Leitch

The recent comments by Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch, explicitly stating that she would abolish the Indian Act, raised a number of eyebrows within the Indigenous community, including my own. We have heard this proposition …

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The dismantling of INAC

In a recurring segment of Tom King’s celebrated CBC radio series The Dead Dog Café Comedy Hour the affable—but somewhat naïve—character Jasper Friendly Bear invited listeners to join him by the hearth in a segment …

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Veldon Coburn

Veldon Coburn is a PhD candidate at Queen’s University’s political science department, studying Indigenous identity, policy and politics, and teaches Indigenous issues at McGill University. Coburn is Anishinaabe from Pikwakanagan.  

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