Trudeau put on the spot about Energy East and UNDRIP at Fredericton tour stop

Written by Daniel Cayley-Daoust on January 18, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Fredericton on Jan. 17, 2017. Photo by Lynaya Astephen.

On Tuesday morning, Jan, 17, Trudeau continued his cross-Canada tour with a stop in Fredericton for a town hall hosted by the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and Fredericton riding MP Matt DeCourcey.

Ron Tremblay, the Grand Chief of the Wolastoq Grand Council, greeted the assembly and put the Prime Minister’s feet to the fire, by asking him why his government seemed to be back away from the promise to implement UNDRIP, referring to previous statement by Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould that UNDRIP was not workable and couldn’t be integrated into Canadian Law.

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