Canada and U.S. Sign agreement on Aboriginal and northern issues

The United States and Canada announced today the signing of a memorandum of understanding that will hopefully lead to improved cooperation on Indigenous and northern issues.

The memorandum is intended to increase cooperation and information-sharing to improve the quality of life of Indigenous peoples and northerners in each country.

It is designed to establish a framework for future cooperative activities and the development of a joint work plan that will focus on policy and legislation experience, socio-economic development, education, consultation and accommodation, environment and sustainable development issues in areas of mutual interest related to Indigenous peoples and the North.

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0 Responses to Canada and U.S. Sign agreement on Aboriginal and northern issues

  1. Jay Taber says:

    The two remaining liberal democracy opponents to indigenous peoples’ human rights under international law have decided to cooperate in perpetuating internal colonialism. How quaint.

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