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2 edition of Aboriginal rights in Canada found in the catalog.

Aboriginal rights in Canada

Canada. National Library.

Aboriginal rights in Canada

by Canada. National Library.

  • 194 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations.,
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Legal status, laws, etc.,
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Claims.

  • Edition Notes

    6

    Statementby Alfred Odjig (Fisher).
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21590266M

    The highest representative body for aboriginal interests in Canada is the Assembly of First Nations (AFN), a congress of representatives of aboriginal nations from across Canada. The chairman of the organization acts as a national advocate on native issues, and in recent years has started being included in more national ceremonies. “On Being Here To Stay is an interesting, clear, heartfelt argument for re-establishing the relationship between the Aboriginal peoples of Canada and the Canadian state around recognizing and honouring the terms of the treaties that create the grounds on which non-native people may live here. This book reflects a lifetime of thought by a.

    Kids Books» Canadian Aboriginal Resource Lists. Canadian Aboriginal Resource Lists. 1 - 15 of Results; New Arrivals schools, Bob Joseph reveals the hold this paternalistic act, with its roots in the s, still has on the lives of Indigenous people in Canada in the 21st century. This straightforward book is an invaluable resource. Indigenous Affairs minister Carolyn Bennett announced Canada’s full support of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Conservative government under Stephen Harper had endorsed the declaration in , but with qualifications that gave Canada “objector” status at the UN with respect to the document.

    Bearhead also serves on the CMHR Indigenous Education Working Group, the National Film Board Education Advisory and was the Education Advisor on the Indigenous Peoples’ Atlas of Canada. Bearhead maintains her annual volunteer role as the vision keeper for the National Indigenous and Reconciliation Education Network Gathering. Indigenous Story books Indigenous Storybooks is a resource designed specifically for children, families, community members, and educators. Inspired by the open-licensed stories from Little Cree Books, this project aims to make the text, images, and audio of stories available in Indigenous languages as well as English, French, and the most widely spoken immigrant and refugee languages of Canada.


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In 31 essays, Chelsea explores the Indigenous experience from the time of contact to the present, through five categories – Terminology of Relationships; /5(90). Yet there is much confusion about what these rights are, including whether aboriginal rights are the same thing as the rights of indigenous peoples, and much concern about how far and in what ways these rights should be given effect in Canada.

So two new books that focus on getting aboriginal rights right should be welcomed. Peter Kulchyski, a Native studies scholar at the University of Manitoba, aims his book.

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Recommended Citation McNeil, Kent. "Aboriginal Rights in Canada: From Title to Land to Territorial Sovereignty."Tulsa Journal of Comparative and International Law ():   In sum, Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canadashows that changes in the way in which these rights are conceptualized and interpreted are urgently needed.

This book then offers concrete proposals. In Canada, anti-discrimination legislation exists to protect and advocate for the human rights of Aboriginal peoples. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Human Rights Act – including the repeal of section 67 – are dedicated to maintaining every individual’s rights.

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Get this from a library. Aboriginal rights in Canada. [Alfred Odjig; National Library of Canada.] -- Booklet accompanying an exhibition of documents at the National Library. The exhibition provided a history of the relations between Canada's Native peoples and successive governments.

Intended as a research and reference tool for Canada's native people and their legal advisers, this book is a comprehensive treatise on the law of aboriginal rights and treaties, the historical pattern of dealing with those rights, and alternative judicial and legislative solutions for the settlement of native claims.

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