The reconciliation agenda has made progress since the 1970s, but there’s still much work to be done. A legacy of loss and dispossession has left a sizable gap in the life conditions and self-determination for Indigenous Peoples, which has yet to be closed. How should Canada and Indigenous peoples move forward on reconciliation? David Newhouse, chair of the Department of Indigenous Studies at Trent University and a member of the Onondaga Nation from the Six Nations of the Grand River community, near Brantford, Ontario, stopped by the podcast to share his insights on this topic.

See David Newhouse’s IRPP Insight “Indigenous Peoples, Canada and the Possibility of Reconciliation » here.

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David Newhouse
David Newhouse is director of the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, Trent University.
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