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Canada has been trying to navigate the waters of relations with Indigenous people in “a big, leaky old colonial boat,” says Carolyn Bennett.

“For years we’ve tried to patch this old wreck and we’ve been bailing it with a thimble. We all know that this isn’t going to work,” the minister for Crown-Indigenous relations told delegates at the Assembly of First Nations’ Special Chiefs Assembly in Ottawa Tuesday.

Bennett said Canada needs to keep up with Indigenous people, their aspirations and their goals.

“I believe Canada needs to get out of that colonialist boat, run it ashore, leave it to rot or at least put it up, drydock and rebuild it. We need a vessel that can navigate the changing waters, one that can keep pace with your vision and aspiration. One that is no longer holding back the promise for your children and grandchildren and their grandchildren,” Bennett said.

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