Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott have appeared for the first time together on April 24 and spoken publicly since their joint scrum in the foyer of the House of Commons the day after their ouster from the Liberal caucus, two months into the SNC-Lavalin scandal.
Both appeared to deliver a joint address called: “From denial to recognition: the challenges of Indigenous justice in Canada.”at the First Nations Provincial Justice Forum in Vancouver.
Jody Wilson-Raybould “The history of Crown-Indigenous relations in this country includes a history of the rule of law not being respected. Indeed, one of the main reasons for the urgent need for justice and reconciliation today is that in the history of our country we have not always upheld foundational values such as the rule of law in our relations with Indigenous peoples.”
Jane Philpott said there is a serious clash of cultures… one of the lessons she’s taking away from it all is that, “Ottawa is not entirely ready for people who approach leadership and responsibility from different world views.”