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Too White For CBC Radio Indian Reserves Money
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Too White For CBC Radio Indian Reserves Money
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Too White For CBC Radio Indian Reserves Money
Too White For CBC Radio Indian Reserves Money

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Right Edition | Your Conservative Right Wing News Website & Blog - 2015-03-10

Too White For CBC Radio - Indian Reserves Money The CBC's 'no whites' policy is a mistake, but no accident On Monday, a job ad was posted seeking a new host for a CBC children's program. They were seeking a male between 23 and 35 years of age who could carry a tune. Oh, and 'Any race except Caucasian.' The job ad was quickly pulled down and amended -- the 'no whites' bit was deleted. The CBC said it was looking into the incident, and the casting agency that had published the information apologized quickly, calling it a mistake. A mistake? No doubt. But for those who've dealt with the CBC before, it's hard to accept that it was an accident news.nationalpost.com/2013/04/30/matt-gurney-the-cbcs-no-whites-policy-is-a-mistake-but-no-accident/ Taxpayers Have Been Overly Generous to First Nations Canada's taxpayers have been increasingly generous to Aboriginal Canadians over the decades, but that reality is not often the narrative one hears from selected First Nations leaders. Instead, the oft-stated opinion is that taxpayers should ante up ever more. For instance, former Assembly of First Nations chief Phil Fontaine once wrote that any 'argument that enough money is already being spent must be regarded as thoroughly uninformed, or worse, shockingly mean-spirited.' Last year, at the Assembly of First Nations' special chiefs meeting, out of 47 approved policy resolutions, 22 resolutions asserted inadequate funding, called for additional funding and/or called for exemptions from payments and taxes normally due. The demand for more spending on Aboriginal matters is predictable as was Fontaine's career-long rhetorical assumption that analysis is inherently hostile. However, to move beyond mere opinion and conflicting ones at that, one must start with facts and analysis if one is to improve people's lives. huffingtonpost.ca/mark-milke/first-nations-and-taxpayers_b_4455894.html