By Morgan Lowrie THE CANADIAN PRESS LONDON- A delegation of Indigenous leaders from Canada met with King Charles III on Thursday, where they talked about reconciliation and the need to build a strong relationship going forward. Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami President Natan Obed and Metis National Council President Cassidy Caron had an audience at Buckingham Palace, just two days before the King’s coronation on Saturday. Archibald said the meeting was a chance to “evolve the relationship with the Crown,” which predates confederation. “One of the issues that is important to us is that nation-to-nation relationship that we have had and continue to have,” she said, adding that the meeting was “very positive.” “It was also an opportunity for us to connect to
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