"She didn't make partisan comments. She didn't comment on contemporary government policy. And she was in a position to speak authoritatively, having spent months and years working on the history of cases like Delgamuukw or the recent Tsilhqot'in decision," he told The Globe and Mail.
"It gives a seal of approval and endorsement from a very senior, prominent, respected figure in public life in Canada to an interpretation of Canadian history that many people have resisted until now."
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