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Questions from the Paul Martin ceremony

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The USA news showed a brief bit of the installation of Paul Martin as the new leader and I was wondering if the ceremony was performed in both French and English?

I also saw the were a purification rite by a representative of the Native Tribes, and was wondering if/how the Canadians recoginze native peoples.

I hope I don't sound like a stupid American here, just one who is curious about my neighbor.

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