Federal Indigenous mental wellness director works to fight stereotypes

Federal Indigenous mental wellness director’s liquor bottle crotch pose photo offends staffers

  • Thomas Henderson

    Some joker clowning around at work who happens to get photographed is not a news story. Stupid, yes. Discussion worthy, no.

    CBC get a grip.

    What is discussion worthy is a public policy designed to allocate money to a people, based solely on race, so they can lead sedentary lives and become wards of the technocratic state. Very much a tragedy, yes. That story, however, will not be covered.

    • But Sunny Ways!

      • ontario john

        Our tax dollars at work. Actually I thought it was a picture of Justin at first.

        • canminuteman

          We are likely better off with him just sitting in his office drunk all day. It could be worse, he could be actually doing what he is paid to do.

    • David_Martin

      The Aboriginals are not all sedentary – many are industrious small business people engaged in the manufacture, marketing and distribution of tobacco products.

  • simus1

    Going to a Halloween party as a drunken First Nations agitator layabout must have struck close to home among the drones. Probably some HarperHitler non lieberal appointee who got the job based solely on competence and the knives have been out ever since.

    • I bet it was a Justin appointee;)

      • simus1

        The DIA is mostly sovereign lieberal tribal territory no matter what party is in power.

  • Tooth&Claw

    The Stasi never died, they just changed locations.

  • ontario john

    Meanwhile the CBC is excited that indian leaders want millions to build roads and improve airports at isolated reserves to prevent teen suicides. Yeah that will solve the problem. Lets not talk about real solutions, that would stop the money gravy train.

  • Maggat

    Ya that photo about sums up a large portion of Canada’s civil service.

  • David_Martin

    Rule number one – never mention or be photographed with “Fire Water” when in proximity to Aboriginals.

  • Remember – the Liberals removed aboriginals’ ability to hold their chiefs to account.

    • Clausewitz

      That and the fact that the Indian Act was thought up and instilled by the Liberal Parties first PM, and has been an ongoing source of embarrassment that Liberals everywhere always blame on conservatives.

      • Bingo.

        There are chiefs who want this dreadful act gone.

        It’s time to indulge them in that regard.

  • Is it just me who thinks this guy would have been sacked within minutes if he was white?

    • disqusW6sf

      Absolutely. That is why I am following Jared Taylor.

  • bargogx1

    FYI, while checking out this story on the CBC website, I noticed this little diatribe in favor of population replacement: