The 180 | May 9, 2014 | 9:50

Is the shelving of Bill C-33 a setback to First Nations education?

Harvey McCue has been a leader in First Nations education reform for four decades. He says that despite the many criticisms of Bill C-33, he would have liked to see it pass.

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