Justin Trudeau’s speech

Justin Trudeau held a speech to the Assembly of first nations of Canada in December 2015. His main goal of this speech was to get the Assembly’s trust and faith, and he surely gave the Assembly what they wanted. Several times during the speech, the Assembly gave Justin Trudeau a standing applaud. He started off by saying “thank you” in several different languages, and stated he could keep saying it in 60 more languages, but couldn’t because he only had 20 minutes to spare.

During his speech Justin made several promises to the indigenous people. His main promise was to do what it takes to reform a new relationship between Canada and the indigenous by giving them more rights, funding and protection.

Forgot to post this blog a few weeks ago.


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