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The other side of Justin Trudeau


Jarrod Sierocki

At the frontline of Indigenous resistance, Sarain Carson-Fox travels to Indigenous communities across the Americas to meet people protecting their homelands and rising up against colonisation.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has visited First Nation reserves in Canada and promised to help. Picture: Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press/AP

JUSTIN Trudeau is all looks and no action.

And while many may look at the Canadian Prime Minister as someone who comes to people’s aid, there’s one group still waiting for that help to arrive.

That’s the view of First Nations activist and TV host Sarain Carson-Fox who said Mr Trudeau’s good looks distracted people from the fact that he hasn’t kept any of his promises when it comes to his country’s indigenous people.

Spreading to news.com.au during her visit to Australia this week, Carson-Fox said the Canadian PM wasn’t as great as the world thought he was.

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