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Algonquins want part of the old U.S. embassy that Trudeau said would become Indigenous space

The former United States embassy that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said would be a space for Indigenous people continues to sit empty as the Algonquins, on whose traditional territory it was constructed, demand to have part of it along with the Assembly of First Nations, the Inuit and the Métis.

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