Author Topic: Indigenous Identity Fraud: A REPORT … by Jean Teillet, IPC, OMN, MSC  (Read 5729 times)

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Carrie Bourassa, who claimed to be Indigenous without evidence, has resigned from U of Sask.
Following publication of that story, Bourassa was suspended and placed under investigation by the U of S. In November, the university announced that Métis lawyer Jean Teillet would conduct that probe.
A statement from Preston Smith, the dean of the university's college of medicine, seems to indicate that with Bourassa's resignation, the investigative report will focus on policy improvements instead of Bourassa's conduct.

In the wake of the Bourassa scandal at USask, a report was commissioned to address the flaws with self-identification, just released in October. It also is an amazing treatise on Pretendians in academia. I have attached the report in this post.

This 86 pages long report deserves a separate post and wide attention. Especially SECTION ONE: INDIGENOUS IDENTITY FRAUD, which is generic and addresses so many aspects of NAFPS subject material over the past years, therefore well worth reading, and can be referred to to explain things.

The report can be downloaded from niigankwe's quoted post and also from the linked article, which points here: