The Government of Canada established the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People in 1991. The Commission was given the mandate to investigate the evolution of relationships between Indigenous Peoples, the Canadian government and Canadian society as a whole. The Commission was mandated to propose specific solutions to problems which both plagued those relationships and confront Indigenous people daily. The Commission was to examine all issues it deemed relevant. However, the Commission never dealt with the topic of genocide.
The Commission never addressed the topic of genocide.
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