Canada's failure to adopt the UN's declaration on indigenous people a disappointment for some

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Marcia (mar-SEE-ah) Dawson is a Gitxsan and Kwakwakwa consultant. Christie Charles is a Musqueam speaker, singer, mom and Vancouver's first Indigenous poet laureate. Both explain why Bill C-262's drop sews more distrust in the federal government's relationship with first nations.

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