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Brothers: The Politics of Violence among the Sekani of

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Guy Lanoue

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They timed their departure so that they would arrive on the whaling grounds at daybreak. I bought the address book in the photograph below at the National Art Gallery of Canada in 1993. I’m not going to mention that the number of Status Indians on reserve who would even be eligible to pay income taxes absent a tax exemption, was only 198,310 [change the filter on ‘area of residence’ and then filter by age group]. During this time, she made and sold bannock to help raise money for an education program for Native youth. "I learned to make bannock from my mom.

The Lord's Distant Vineyard : A History of the Oblates and

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The article accompanying this map does an excellent job of describing the nature of water advisories. Chr. in Maine auftauchte, immer mehr zu, später kamen Bohnen und Mais hinzu. In practice, in Nova Scotia as elsewhere, Indian persons were not entitled to vote because, under federal law, virtually none of them held property as individuals. Police officers serving First Nations communities should have the same responsibilities and authorities as other police officers in Canada.

Indigenous Identity and Resistance: Researching the

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Chris Andersen

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In 2006, 9% of Aboriginal women aged 25 and over had a university degree, compared with 20% of their non-Aboriginal counterparts (Table 11). Yeah but okay so about 300,000 – 400,000 Indians don’t pay any taxes!!!! This page will not be altered or updated. The parent/guardian answered questions about satisfaction with their housing conditions (very satisfied or satisfied versus dissatisfied or very dissatisfied) and the community as a place with: i) health facilities, and ii) cultural activities (excellent, very good, good versus fair, poor).

The "Nations Within": Aboriginal-State Relations in Canada,

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Augie Fleras

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One result of these powerful social currents was the continued disqualification of particular groups on racial or religious grounds. Brainstorm questions you want to ask. Footnote 1, Footnote 54 Given the rates of TB among foreign-born Canadians and the number of Canadians travelling abroad, Canada also has a role to play in the global reduction of TB and, in particular, the reduction of TB and HIV co-infection. The census metropolitan areas with the largest populations of First Nations people with registered Indian status who lived off reserve were Winnipeg (25,970), Edmonton (18,210) and Vancouver (15,080).

Quiet Revolution West

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John Weinstein

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The government committed to taking the critical factors into account when developing approaches aimed at securing a better future for Aboriginal peoples. 4.9 This follow-up audit examines progress made by federal departments in addressing selected observations and recommendations from seven previous reports completed between 2002 and 2008. Part of the reasoning here is that requiring delivery to be made by an agent of the vendor has the potential to negate the exemption, as any savings incurred are eaten up by delivery fees.

Reflections on Native-Newcomer Relations: Selected Essays

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J.R. Miller

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The fact that to raise even the smallest objection results in accusations of racism, bigotry and xenophobia keeps home-grown Canadians in check. At that time, it seemed like a fair and peaceful way of allowing the European settlers with their agricultural culture to co-exist with the aboriginals who would continue to live their hunter-gatherer culture in land set aside for them. Typically these might be 3 to 3.5 m high and 3.5 to 4.5 m in diameter.

Prehistoric Culture Change on Southern Vancouver Island: The

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Almost three-quarters of Inuit in Canada lived in Inuit Nunangat. During that time he helped conceptualize and negotiate the Kelowna Accord, which would have transformed federal financing of services for First Nations. Beschränkungen und ökologische Probleme, die häufig zu Verzehrverboten führen oder gar zum Verschwinden wichtiger Arten, [85] aber auch Zwangsumsiedlungen treffen diese Gruppen besonders. 2008 entschied der Oberste Gerichtshof, dass Sonderrechte der Indianer bei der Nutzung natürlicher Ressourcen verfassungskonform seien. [86] Besetzung an den Douglas Creek Estates während der Caledonia-Landbesetzung, 15.

Our Ice Is Vanishing / Sikuvut Nunguliqtuq: A History of

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Northern spirit: A group of 285 Icelanders headed for Manitoba reaches Canada. Despite his haughtiness, Frontenac would accomplish much in New France before being recalled to France in 1682. --- April 30 - Marie de l'Incarnation died in Quebec, never having returned to France and never having seen her son again. Dennoch setzten die Irokesen weitere Wanderungen nach Westen in Gang und die französischen Siedlungen waren stark gefährdet. Again, there was little movement, and still the evidence piled up.

Battle Grounds: The Canadian Military and Aboriginal Lands

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P. Whitney Lackenbauer

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First Nations are responsible for getting the construction done and the maintenance in place. “Aha!” you say, “so if people still don’t have clean drinking water in First Nations communities, it’s because the leaders are corrupt and stole the money and didn’t build anything properly!” Well dear reader of the National Post or Globe and Mail, it’s not that simple at all. Inuk is the singular form of the word Inuit (i.e. 'a person') Inuit Nunangat – Inuit Nunangat is the homeland of Inuit of Canada.

The Betrayal of Faith: The Tragic Journey of a Colonial

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A federal survey, cited by the historian John Milloy in his book A National Crime, showed that 4,313 of the 10,112 children attending residential schools in Canada were placed there due to neglect (the “not properly cared for” provision). A sideline industry emerged in the un-organized traffic of furs overseen by the Indian Department. [82] Prominent First Nations people include Joe Capilano, who met with King of the United Kingdom, Edward VII, to speak of the need to settle land claims and Ovide Mercredi, a leader at both the Meech Lake Accord constitutional reform discussions and Oka Crisis. [83] [84] The Inuit are the descendants of what anthropologists call the Thule culture, which emerged from western Alaska around 1,000 CE and spread eastward across the Arctic, displacing the Dorset culture (in Inuktitut, the Tuniit).