From where I stand rebuilding Indigenous Nations for a stronger Canada
—Wilson-Raybould, Jody, 1971-
Book Club
2019
1 available of 1 items

A timely, forthright, impassioned and optimistic book for all Canadians. It urges Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to build on the momentum of the reconciliation journey or risk losing progress. Wilson-Raybould is now an Independent MP for Vancouver Granville and has served as a British Columbia regional chief for the Assembly of First Nations, in addition to her roles as minister of justice and attorney general for Canada. Purich Books says Wilson-Raybould, also known by her Kwakwala name of Puglaas, draws on her speeches and other writings for the book.

Item Details
Series:
Book club in a bag
Subjects:
Indigenous peoples -- Civil rights -- Canada.
Native peoples -- Canada -- Government relations.
Native peoples -- Canada -- Politics and government.
Reconciliation -- Social aspects -- Canada.
Other Authors:
Sinclair, C. M., writer of foreword.
Description:
10 books (xi, 264 pages) in tote bag(s) : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Notes:
Canadiana.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Introduction
Moving through the postcolonial door
Rights and recognition
Governance in the post-Indian Act world
Building business relationships and the duty to consult
Restoring balance, correcting injustices, and keeping vigilant.
Link to PAC
More Information