No single fix for anti-Indigenous racism in Canada's health-care system: doctor

Bernice Thorassie, shown in this undated image, says a declaration signed by health officials and Indigenous leaders acknowledging the existence of anti-Indigenous racism in northern Manitoba's health-care system could finally lead to equitable treatment for those who have historically been marginalized. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO Bernice Thorassie, shown in this undated image, says a declaration signed by health officials and Indigenous leaders acknowledging the existence of anti-Indigenous racism in northern Manitoba's health-care system could finally lead to equitable treatment for those who have historically been marginalized. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO

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