Finding a path forward that promotes reconciliation over revenge

by Tammy MacDonald

Article we submitted was edited by The Guardian staff without our consent. Here is the ORIGINAL version:

Letter Submitted to the Editor: Charlottetown Guardian

From Chief Brian Francis and Chief Matilda Ramjattan

After reading Keptin John Joe Sark’s letter to the editor (“Terrible Insult to Mi’kmaq”, the Guardian, October 5, 2017), we felt it necessary to set the record straight on a few of the matters he raised. Regarding the proposed Port-la-Joye-Fort Amherst name issue, Mr. Sark incorrectly stated that “Parks Canada’s decision not to remove the name of General Amherst from the National Historic Site at Rocky Point” was defended. It was not about “defending” a decision, it was about finding a path forward that promotes reconciliation over revenge…Read more: Letter to Editor – Re Sark (Oct 2017)

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