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Wachiyaa, Hello, Bonjour
A recent graduate of the University of Ottawa, with a double major in Political Science and Visual Arts, Bethany is currently pursuing a master's degree in Canadian and Native Studies at Carleton University. Alongside her research, she is working with the University of Ottawa and Carleton University to help promote Indigenization and decolonization practices in academia.
She will stand up for every person in Abitibi–Témiscamingue and defend our rights and the interests of all indigenous peoples.
Bethany believes deeply in the principle of social justice, which puts us all on an equal footing. Everyone deserves to be able to access the resources they need and have their basic human rights respected. Bethany knows we must take meaningful action to combat affordable housing. It’s time that Canada stops building luxury apartments and starts to make sure everyone has a safe place to call home for their family.
A strong voice for anti-poverty measures, she will help close the wage gap and lift everyone out of poverty by increasing the minimum wage. She knows governments in Ottawa have ignored the climate crisis and she’ll make sure we’re protecting land, air, and water before it's too late.
Bethany is committed to fighting for meaningful reconciliation, which lifts Indigenous people up and respects their rights. She will support good education for young Indigenous people on reserve and free post-secondary education for all Indigenous youth. She’s ready to work with Indigenous communities to make sure Ottawa is delivering clean water, better health care, and safe housing. We need a new approach to reconciliation, which starts with the implementation of the 94 Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Committee and the MMIWG Inquiry’s 231 Calls to Justice.
Bethany will make sure Canada puts an end to its colonial practices, starting with the Millennium Scoop. She knows every child should be raised in their community, not taken into state care. Bethany is standing with all survivors to fight for justice. She’s ready to ensure Ottawa releases all residential school records and help victims find justice.
Bethany is fighting for us to dare to do better, finally. Together.
Chiniskumitin, thank you, merci,
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