In aboriginal affairs, negotiation is a two-way street – The Globe and Mail

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In aboriginal affairs, negotiation is a two-way street – The Globe and Mail

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 2015253 Views

Jun. 12, 2015

Jim Fulton was a wonderful man, a fine member of Parliament and a friend who died way too young at the age of 58 in 2008.

With his customary commitment to improve the lot of aboriginals, he had thrown himself as an MP into the national referendum arguing for the 1992 Charlottetown accord, which his New Democratic Party endorsed. He crisscrossed his vast Skeena riding in northwest British Columbia, a riding with many aboriginal residents, urging them to appreciate the gains the accord would give natives.

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