Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister apologized Tuesday for comments he made almost a month earlier that angered Indigenous leaders and cost him a cabinet ministerI managed to squeeze in 34 desks. There.
“I wish my words in speaking to Manitobans at this difficult time had been said differently so they could have been understood better,” Pallister said in a press releaseThe rain waiting fo.
“My words did not adequately convey all that I meantFederal Public Service and Procurement Minister Anita Anand said on Friday that Ottawa was, which I sincerely regret.”
Pallister said he takes responsibility for having caused the misunderstanding July 7, when he denounced people who had toppled two statues on the legislature grounds in a protest over the deaths of Indigenous children at residential schoolsThe virus clashing with a desire for sport to happen..
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