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Should Canada be held responsible for events that happened in decades or centuries past?

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Started: 12/17/2017 Category: Politics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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What had happened in the past(residential schools, japanese internment, racism). Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said "Saying that we are sorry today is not enough. It will not undo the harm that was done to you. It will not bring back the languages and traditions you lost. It will not take away the isolation and vulnerability you felt when you separated from your families, communities and cultures," and ended it with "We share this burden with you by fully accepting our responsibilities"and our failings"as a government and as a country." This shows that Canada is truly sorry but it is in the past and there is nothing else they can do,


Canada is apologizing because they realize they are responsible. They accept the responsibility and apologise for the past. To forgive or not to forgive is the victim's choice.
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Posted by Autistic_Spider 2 years ago
Yes. So should the United States.
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