Indigenous Canadians feel disrespected, leaving Liberal Party: CBC poll | On Guard for Me

Two-thirds of Indigenous Canadians say Ottawa is not respecting their community and identity, according to a new CBC News poll. The same poll shows that 27 per cent of Indigenous Canadians support the Liberal Party, down from 41 per cent in the last election. Former Manitoba grand chief Sheila North says the poll reflects the disappointment she is seeing in the community.

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