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Josiah Wilson, 20, left, is shown in this handout image with his brother and sisters at a Calgary restaurant in September 2015. Wilson was adopted as...
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Aboriginal basketball player, not aboriginal enough?

First Nations basketball player excluded from games, native identity questioned

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