In this episode of InFocus: Clint Davis, the chair of the Labrador Capital Strategy Trust (LCST) says the issues facing Indigenous communities run so deep Ottawa alone will not be able to solve them. Davis says private investment will be needed too, if the economic outlook for Indigenous people is going to change.
But not everyone agreed with Davis who joined analyst Pam Palmater, Joseph Quesnel on InFocus to talk about the federal budget that was delivered Tuesday in Ottawa.
‘E for effort’: Grading Canada’s path to reconciliation
What are they teaching our kids?
‘Nothing short of a nightmare’: The Indigenous experience on campus
‘Bringing us back to tradition and spirit’: A look at Indigenous Sport
Putting the Recognition and Implementation of Rights Framework InFocus
Shopping while brown: InFocus tackles racial profiling
Tougher rules needed for healing lodges, Tori Stafford’s dad tells APTN InFocus
Hosts of The Other Side bring their paranormal activity to the set of InFocus
Métis, who are they?
Legal Weed goes on sale across Canada
Breaking through the stereotypes immigrants are learning about Indigenous peoples
Youth leaders discuss concerns and what we can do better
First Contact participants reunite to speak about their 28 day journey
Community hosts and producers share insight into First Contact
A look at the national chief election and the future of the AFN
Season finale: Trans Mountain, MMIWG Inquiry & AFN are put InFocus
Relevancy of AFN and election of National Chief put InFocus
Missing youth falling victim to exploitation
Mounting opposition to proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
First Nation wants to become ‘Tim Hortons of Cannabis’