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Natan Obed on Inuit: “We don’t have access to broadband”

Oct
4
2017

Following a meeting of indigenous leaders with Premiers and the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, ITK President Natan Obed appeared on CBC News | Power & Politics with Terry Milewski. Mr. Obed highlighted Inuit issues that he wishes were on the table in discussions with the PM, in particular social equity, health and infrastructure in the Canadian Arctic. His view is that Canada has a long way to go to address such issues: “This country isn’t complete yet.”

About Natan Obed

Natan Obed is President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national organization that protects and advances the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada. ITK’s work includes research, advocacy, public outreach and education on the issues affecting the Inuit population. It works closely with the four Inuit regions to present unified priorities in Ottawa. Mr. Obed has been working with the Prime Minister to create prosperity for all Inuit since the launch of the Inuit-Crown Partnership.

For more on ITK, see Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami on Facebook and www.itk.ca

See also CBC News | Power & Politics

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