The trouble with the Indian Act Aaron Wherry October 22, 2012 Follow @aaronwherry Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email 8 Bob Rae spoke in the House this morning on his motion about replacing the Indian Act. Conservative MP Rob Clarke has a private member’s bill that seeks amend and replace the act. The government says it supports Mr. Clarke’s bill “in principle.” Debate on the bill began last Thursday. Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Filed under: aboriginal affairs Bob Rae house of commons Indian Act John Duncan Parliament Rob Clarke Advertisement About this author Aaron Wherry Macleans.ca administrator Aaron Wherry covers the House of Commons and its 338 residents for Maclean’s. Other articles The feisty first week of the 42nd Parliament Do the Liberals have a mandate for electoral reform? All articles Advertisement Post navigation Previous Disaster in B major: The divorce exposing scandal in Canada’s arts scene Next Read the best we have to offer with the new Maclean’s app.