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Aboriginal and treaty rights questions answered

CBC's Superior Morning asked you for your questions about Aboriginal and treaty rights, then we found answers.

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Lakehead University vice-provost of Aboriginal initiatives Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux and Indigenous studies scholar Damien Lee joined CBC Thunder Bay Superior Morning radio show host Lisa Laco in studio to explain Aboriginal and treaty rights. (Elliott Doxtator-Wynne/CBC)

CBC's Superior Morning in Thunder Bay asked you for your questions about Aboriginal and treaty rights, then we found answers.

Aboriginal rights have been a hot topic in the city since a controversial election ad from Tamara Johnson appeared in the local newspaper.

Click here for our interview with Tamara Johnson.

We asked Damien Lee, PhD candidate in Native studies at the University of Manitoba, and Cynthia Wesley-Equimaux, vice-provost of Aboriginal Initiatives at Lakehead University to answer your questions.

Click here to listen to the discussion. 


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