By Steve Lambert THE CANADIAN PRESS WINNIPEG- Conservative party Leader Pierre Poilievre defended his decision Friday to speak to a think tank that has come under fire for comments on residential schools and discrimination. “We speak with groups all the time with which we disagree,” Poilievre said in an interview after his speech to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy in Winnipeg. In 2018, the centre ran radio ads, which were soon pulled, that said it was a myth residential schools robbed Indigenous children of their childhood. Last summer, the centre posted a commentary on its website that said stories about murdered and secretly buried residential schoolchildren are highly suspicious, if not completely false. And last month, the centre posted an article that said anti-white male policies represent the only
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