Hon. Jack Layton (Leader of the Opposition, NDP)
Mr. Speaker, today is National Aboriginal Day, and New Democrats join in paying tribute to all first nations, Métis and Inuit people's cultures and traditions.
Three years after I joined with the Prime Minister to express our apologies for the residential school system, more clearly needs to be done. We need to build stronger relationships with aboriginal peoples and, on a nation-to-nation basis, reconcile their interests with those of all Canadians.
Would the Prime Minister share my assessment that Canada is moving too slowly?
Topic: Oral Questions
Subtopic: Aboriginal Affairs