Trudeau Plays Indigenous Saviour to Empty United Nations Room
Justin Trudeau at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. In his UN speech, Canada's prime minister talked about Indigenous reconciliation, climate change and trade.
Keep in mind this is the same administration who told Indigenous people that they had no say in pipelines crossing their lands, has not solved the boil-water advisories and has done very little for Indigenous communities other than make promises.
The United Nations has also stated that Canada continues to enforce racist policies against Indigenous people.
Indigenous Canadians aren't too convinced.
The Prime Minister delivered this speech to an almost empty room. Here are some photos from Twitter..