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Bob Joseph’s new book, Indigenous Relations, a traveller’s guide for the long road to reconciliation – The Hill Times

Bob Joseph’s new book, Indigenous Relations, a traveller’s guide for the long road to reconciliation – The Hill Times

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By Laura Ryckewaert      May. 27, 2019

Understanding the history, context, and customs of Indigenous peoples goes a long way to improving Indigenous relations and achieving reconciliation, says author Bob Joseph.

‘If we can clear up some of the myths and misconceptions, and see that there really is a lot of common ground and that it’ll actually make the country a much better country—that would be a pretty good lifetime of work for me just to change that,’ says Bob Joseph. Photograph courtesy of Bob Joseph

Canada is at the beginning of a long road to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, but getting there requires commitment and a willingness to learn, says author Bob Joseph, who offers up a useful guide to help along the way with his new book, Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips & Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality.

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