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Reconciliation: Vital for B.C. and our union’s future

Reconciliation: Vital for B.C. and our union’s future

Reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous people ought to be one of the highest priorities for governments and organizations across the country. Here in B.C., that high priority need has been recognized by the new provincial government under Premier John Horgan.

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