Lynn Beyak claimed she was Métis during her anti-racism training sessions - 2020-02-03

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F182.png Lynn Beyak claimed she was Métis during her anti-racism training sessions February 3, 2020, John Paul Tasker, CBC News

Ontario Sen. Lynn Beyak is again facing suspension from the Red Chamber for failing to complete her anti-racism training — a project that started off on the wrong foot when she told her instructors she was Métis because her parents had adopted an Indigenous child.

The Senate's ethics committee has released details of Beyak's ill-fated training sessions with the Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres (OFIFC) last fall.

Beyak was supposed to attend three days of Indigenous "cultural competency training." But trainers feared she would make little progress in understanding the plight of Indigenous peoples because, on her first day of training, she made dubious claims about her own ancestry, according to an October 2019 report prepared by the OFIFC.

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{{cite news | first = John Paul | last = Tasker | title = Lynn Beyak claimed she was Métis during her anti-racism training sessions | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/lynn-beyak-metis-anti-racism-training-session-1.5450372 | work = CBC News | date = February 3, 2020 | accessdate = February 4, 2020 }}