By Shari Narine, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Chiefs across Canada have put their support behind an emergency resolution at the Assembly of First Nations that condemns legislation in Saskatchewan and Alberta that infringes upon the rights of First Nations people. In an address to the Special Chiefs Assembly in Ottawa Dec. 8, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told them they do not stand alone. But he won’t be fighting the battle against the provinces. In response to a question put to him by the Onion Lake proxy, who said the acts were “an attack on our treaty and inherent rights. It’s something that will tear at the fabric of what you call the state of Canada and what we call Turtle Island,” Trudeau openly criticized The Saskatchewan First Act
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