`Where did the monarchy get that kind of wealth?’ Algonquin Elder wants Royal Family to apologize for colonial injustices
`Where did the monarchy get that kind of wealth?’ Algonquin Elder wants Royal Family to apologize for colonial injustices

The wealth of the British royal family,  known as “The Firm,” is unknown; however, recent evidence indicates that it is estimated to be over  $28 billion (Fortune) as the 2022 net worth By Matteo Cimellaro  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter With a red tobacco pouch in his hand, Albert Dumont, poet, storyteller and Algonquin Elder originally from Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg, speaks to the high-profile politicians and former government leaders attending Monday’s national commemorative ceremony for the late Queen. “The horrors committed against Indigenous Peoples by past monarchs will be spoken about around council fires of the spirit land,” he says at the service held at Christ Church Cathedral in Ottawa, where former prime minister Brian Mulroney, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and Green Party MP Elizabeth May were in the audience. “The

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