March 28, 2017

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Newly chosen Senate Tory leader to look at Beyak comments on residential schools

The Globe and Mail"I have real concerns about senators articulating a view of Canada in our 150th year that really appears to be 150 years...

Lynn Beyak Won't Step Down From Senate Committee On Aboriginal Peoples

A Conservative senator who was criticized for praising “some good things,” about residential schools will not step down from the Senate committee on aboriginal peoples.