Twenty Years After Oka Crisis, Majority (57%) of Canadians Don’t Believe Quality of Life for Aboriginals in Canada is Getting Better

Six in Ten (60%) Agree that Governments Lack the Political Will to Make Any Real Changes that Would Benefit the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Toronto, ON – Marking the twentieth anniversary of the Oka crisis, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for Canada.com has revealed that a majority (57%) of Canadians don’t believe that the quality of life for aboriginals in Canada has been improving.

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Twenty Years After Oka Crisis, 
Majority (57%) of Canadians Don’t Believe Quality of Life for Aboriginals in Canada is Getting Better

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