TORONTO- An Indigenous-led think tank says progress is moving at a “glacial pace” seven years after the final report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was released. The Yellowhead Institute, based at Toronto Metropolitan University, said two of the report’s 94 calls to action were completed this year, bringing the total of completed calls so far to 13. The group says at this rate it will take 42 years, or until 2065, to complete all the calls to action. “We’ve been tracking the calls to action for quite a few years now and continue to be shocked by the glacial pace of Canada’s progress,” wrote Eva Jewell and Ian Mosby, who edited the status update report released by the group this week. The commission spent five
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