Daniel Wilson

Daniel Wilson served 10 years as a diplomat in Canada’s Foreign Service, working mainly with refugees in Africa and South-east Asia. Joining the Assembly of First Nations, he became Senior Director of Strategic Policy and Planning. Of Mi’kmaq Acadian and Irish heritage, Daniel was a founding Chair of the New Democratic Party Aboriginal Commission and manager of the 2011 Romeo Saganash campaign for leader. He now works as an independent consultant and writes about rights.

Daniel Wilson
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May 3, 2013

Making Canada work for all

Daniel Wilson
Daniel Wilson reviews two new papers from the MacDonald-Laurier Institute concerning Indigenous interests in the resource economy.
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Apr 22, 2013

Retiring the policy

Daniel Wilson
In this blog, Daniel Wilson comments on a recent article in Policy magazine by Robin Sears, The AFN and the PM: Retiring the Missionaries.
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Apr 20, 2013

An insincere apology

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In this blog, Daniel Wilson reflects on the residential school apology and assesses its sincerity.
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Feb 12, 2013

Whither INM, once again

Daniel Wilson
In this blog, Daniel Wilson considers the struggle to define the future of the Indigenous rights movement in Canada.

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