Justin Trudeau remembers memorial service for abused Native Americans

Justin Trudeau remembers memorial service for abused Native Americans

Canada held a memorial day for the first time in late September to remember the injustice meted out to indigenous peoples. Justin Trudeau failed to do so.

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  • Canada is a reminder of the injustice done to indigenous peoples.
  • Although Justin Trudeau failed to do so.
  • Now he apologizes to the public.

The first day of remembrance of abused indigenous people took place in late September in Canada. However, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had failed to do so. Now he has apologized to the leaders of the country.

On Monday, Trudeau visited the “Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation” to apologize to Chief Rosanne Casimir. The Canadian Parliament decreed a National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in the spring. The prime minister reportedly declined the invitation to participate. Instead, he went on vacation with his family.

“I am here today to say that I wish I were here a few weeks ago. I deeply regret that.” This is what Justin Trudeau said in front of the Church of British Columbia.

He added: “Instead of talking about truth and reconciliation, people talked about me, and that’s my fault,” he said. “I take responsibility for that.”

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