Most Canadians believe that life is getting better for Indigenous peoples in the country and they are generally right. Legal and political rights continue to expand. Economic opportunities are multiplying. Educational outcomes are improving.

And yet the lived experiences of many Indigenous peoples contain surprising instances of harassment and discrimination that are difficult to address because they involve both the behaviour of ‘ordinary’ Canadians and the failure of institutions to protect vulnerable peoples.

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