A Senator that says residential schools paved with good intentions

Seriously, what is going with the Canadian Senate. Inside of two weeks, two Senators have shown the country why it is absolutely ridiculous that either one of them continues to feed off the public purse in a chamber that is suppose to provide that second sober thought. Last week we learned Conservative Senator Lynn Beyak has some how in 2017 managed to avoid any and all discussions for the past decade on residential schools, the genocidal practices that took place, an apology given by her own leader the former Prime Minister Stephen Harper and practically every discussion that has taken place on the Senate’s Aboriginal Peoples committee that she sits on. Even other Conservative MPs are distancing themselves from her after her horrendous suggestion last week that there were positive…

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