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UNDRIP bill in ‘grave danger’ of dying in Senate, committee chair says

Dyck Tannas

A bill aiming to ensure federal laws are in harmony with an international declaration on Indigenous rights is in “grave danger” of dying on the floor of the Red Chamber, according to the chair of the Senate Aboriginal Peoples committee.

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