Thank you for that. In my own riding we actually have a group of indigenous people who are homeless, and in the dead of winter, desperate for housing, but at the same time, they were saying that they couldn't stay in a shelter. Why? Because it reminded them too much of the residential school experience and it was just too traumatic. They actually went outside.
They need housing developed by them, initiated by them to meet their needs, and not by someone else's definition of what is deemed to be appropriate, so I thank you for that.