B.C. Government Interpretation Of UNDRIP A Failure, Says Former Haisla Chief Councillor

The way the B.C. government is interpreting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) is reversing generations of progress on advancing Aboriginal sovereignty and economic development, Ellis Ross, a Liberal MLA and former chief councillor for the Haisla Nation, told the Indian Resource Council (IRC) Economic and Energy Reconciliation conference in Calgary last week.

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