Trudeau Refuses To Tell Canadians What’s In ‘Deal’ With Hereditary Chiefs

If the deal is between Canada, BC, and the Wet’suwet’en Chiefs, shouldn’t all groups be able to see it?

The Trudeau Liberals say they have a proposed deal between the federal government, the B.C. government, and Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs.

Now, the deal is being looked over by the Wet’suwet’en community.

Yet, Trudeau is refusing to share the details of the deal with the Canadian People.

He says details of the deal won’t be shared until it’s been agreed to by the Wet’suwet’en community.

Of course, that’s a big problem.

The deal is between three parties. And since the federal government is supposed to work for the Canadian People, that means we have a right to see the agreement. All parties, the Canadian People represented by the federal government, B.C. residents represented by the B.C. provincial government, and the Wet’suwet’en People have a right to see the agreement at the same time.

Also, Canadians deserve to know if the Wet’suwet’en community was truly represented, considering the serious questions being asked about the credibility of Chief Woos and some other ‘hereditary chiefs’ who appear to have taken titles that belonged to women in the community.

As you and I can clearly see, Trudeau is denying Canadians the transparency and openness that we are supposed to be getting, and it shows his continued contempt for the Canadian People.

Spencer Fernando

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