Defiant and unbowed, Wilson-Raybould ‘absolutely ready’ for next salvo in SNC-Lavalin affair

“I was just doing my job,” she said outside the Big House near her We Wai Kai First Nation in Campbell River, B.C., her hair still flecked with the white eagle down that had been poured over her by hereditary leaders during a smoke-filled, four-hour ceremony. “I was speaking my truth.

“We are an oral culture, so if we don’t speak truth, our culture dies.”