‘Aboriginal Quota Fulfilled’

For the ‘Quota Crowd’ — The Canadian Senate now includes 5 aboriginals, almost an exact percentage of the Canadian population {The 2016 Canadian Census enumerated 1,673,780 Aboriginal people in Canada, 4.9% of the country’s total population.”
https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/171025/dq171025a-eng.htm }:

“Brian Francis, chief of the Abegweit ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 381 people} on P.E.I. for the past 12 years, has been appointed to {the Canadian} Senate. 

I’m very proud and humbled and honoured to be appointed, and I’ll certainly do the best that I can for my province, my people and my country“,
Francis said in an interview with CBC P.E.I.

It means I can work hard for not only my Mi’kmaq people but as I’ve done in the past as a ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal community} leader but I can also take it to the next level for Prince Edward Islanders and Canadians in general as we move this great country forward.”

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Thursday that the Governor General appointed Francis to fill a vacancy on P.E.I. By convention, Senators are appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister.

“Francis said he will step down on Friday as Abegwet ‘First Nation’ chief and co-chair {of the} board of directors for {the} Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I. He will be sworn in as a Senator on Tuesday…

“Francis’s experience with all levels of government extends beyond the public service. He was one of the formal signatories to the ‘Canada/Prince Edward Island/Mi’kmaq Partnership Agreement’ and the ‘Canada/Prince Edward Island/Mi’kmaq Consultation Agreement’.

“He is also a member of the president’s ‘Indigenous’ Advisory Council’ of the University of Prince Edward Island, the executive board of the ‘Atlantic Policy Congress of ‘First Nations’ Chiefs Secretariat, and the ‘Fathers of Confederation Buildings Trust’, as well as the co-chair of the board of directors of the ‘Mi’kmaq Confederacy of P.E.I.’.

“For his continuing dedication to public service and the improvement of the ‘indigenous’ and Crown relationships, Francis received the UPEI Founders Award and the Senate of Canada sesquicentennial medal.

“As a Senator, Francis said he is eager to work on a process of {one-way} reconciliation between Canada and its ‘indigenous’ people {It’s ‘indigenous people’ are Canadians}. He said he hopes his appointment serves as an inspiration to the Mi’kmaq community…”

–‘Chief Brian Francis appointed to Senate’,
Shane Ross, CBC News, Oct. 11, 2018

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/pei-chief-brian-francis-senator-1.4858935

Chief Brian Francis, Prince Edward Island’s newest Senator. (Jim Day–Guardian)

Meet your new Senator:
“The chiefs of the Mi’kmaq Confederacy on P.E.I. say it is “emotionally very hard” to see monuments of historical figures who had a hand in the “deplorable treatment” of their ancestors, but they say those monuments should not necessarily be torn down or renamed.

“Instead, say Abegweit ‘First Nation’ Chief Brian Francis and Lennox Island ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 967 people} Chief Matilda Ramjattan in a statement emailed to CBC, the focus should be on creating buildings and monuments that honour ‘indigenous’ heroes, and adding plaques to existing monuments of colonial leaders that outline their “shameful behaviour” alongside their successes…

“Chiefs Francis and Ramjattan said 

seeing statues and institutions honouring individuals who, despite other accomplishments, had a hand in the deplorable treatment of the ‘indigenous’ population and ‘cultural genocide’ is emotionally very hard.”

“They say it is “not a reasonable explanation” to accept the behaviour as the “prevailing views of the day.”

The ‘attempted annihilation’ of a segment of the population {?}, the forced removal of children from everything they know because of ‘perceived’ cultural superiority, are never excusable, regardless of the time period,”
they said…

–‘Mi’kmaq Confederacy chiefs say historical statues should reflect bad with the good’,
Community News Blog, September 15, 2017

http://communitynewsblog.com/2017/09/mikmaq-confederacy-chiefs-say-historical-statues-should-reflect-bad-with-the-good/
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