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Pamela Palmater, Ryerson University, Associate Professor in Department of Politics and Head of Centre for Indigenous Governance
 Bash Back Kingston  Contact Contributor
Nov. 25, 2011, noon
We spoke with Pamela Palmater, Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and Head of Centre for Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University and member of Eel River Bar First Nation in New Brunswick about Bill C-2 or the Family Homes on Reserves and Matrimonial Interests or Rights Act. This act was introduced at the end of September 2011 by Minister John Duncan despite being defeated three times previously with strong, unanimous opposition from First Nations communities and organizations across Canada. We also spoke to her about Bill C-10, the Harper government's tough-on-crime legislation, and the provision that imposes mandatory minimum sentences and removes judges' abilities to use discretion during sentencing.
Cassie Fawcett
Fraser MacPherson

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