By Cassandra Szklarski THE CANADIAN PRESS The Canadian Museums Association is calling for legislation, money and a cohesive national strategy to support Indigenous-led reconciliation in the museum sector. The association detailed the work needed in a report released Tuesday that includes 10 recommendations to help spur Indigenous self-determination at every level of a museum’s operations. “Moved to Action: Activating UNDRIP in Museums” urges legislation to support the repatriation of Indigenous belongings and remains of ancestors, and dedicated funding for the repatriation process. It was funded by the Heritage Department and responds to a call by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to review museum policies. Pointing to her sector’s deep legacy of colonization, association president Heather George said our understanding of history is richer when Indigenous Peoples have authority over how
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