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I have completed my education but can't find a job. How can I organize politically to change this situation within the norms of Canadian politics?

Work to get your Native population better conditions. Always a needfull situation.

What kind of job are you looking for that the "norms of Canadian politics" would impede your finding employment?

Can you look for other types of jobs? What types of jobs has your education prepared you to fulfill?

Possibly answering these questions for yourself may help you to answer your original question.

I hope this helps a little. Thanks for asking.

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