Commentary | Errata

In the article “Native voices from coast to coast” (Culture, November 5), it was stated that Native men who marry non-Native women are allowed to maintain their Native status, but women who marry non-Native men cannot. In fact, the children of Native men who marry non-Native women are allowed to maintain their Native status, but the children of Native women who marry non-Native men cannot.

In the article “CFS should consult its members on important moves” (Commentary, November 5), it was incorrectly stated that “the provincial government has already exhibited a willingness to remove tax-exempt status from students in its recent decision to tax the fellowships and stipends of post-doctoral researchers.” It is in fact the federal government that has exhibited a willingness to remove such status.

The Daily regrets the errors. 


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