Cree Narrative Memory: From Treaties to Contemporary Times

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Meanwhile, the federal government sees privatization as a quick fix for water crises in First Nations communities, and is therefore keen to facilitate public-private partnerships (P3s). Members of both groups were primarily male, although officers working for the self-administered police services were more likely to be Aboriginal, were older, and had more experience in both policing and Aboriginal policing, and all of these differences were statistically significant. Footnote 6, Footnote 19 - Footnote 21 At the time of Canada�s Confederation, TB was considered the leading cause of death and the most important health problem facing Canadians.

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Remembrance of Patients Past: Life at the Toronto Hospital

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Provincial laws and regulations are forced on the Innu. 1951: A national census of Aboriginal people is held but N-L is excluded. Additional information on Aboriginal peoples can be found in the NHS Data Tables, Catalogue nos. 99-011-X2011026 through 99-011-X2011033, the NHS Profile, Catalogue no . 99-010-X, as well as in the NHS Focus on Geography Series, Catalogue no . 99-010-X2011005. First Nations is a term used to describe Aboriginal people s in Canada who are not Métis or Inuit.

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Iroquois in the War of 1812

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I will never go to Rics grill there very rude to natives. every time I have been in there. as for the rest of the town I hear racist remarks toward all nationalities. The Sarcee, who came from the north by way of Lesser Slave Lake, lived along the upper part of the Athabasca River, northwest of the Blackfoot. INAC plans to absorb the cost of enforcing regulations from its existing resource allocations. Different coastal communities developed distinctive styles to suit their particular needs.

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Drum Songs: Glimpses of Dene History (McGill-Queen's Studies

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In some areas, private exchange bureaus will give better exchange rates and lower fees than banks, so if you have time during your travels to look one up. This frightens away investment and holds industry hostage. These culture areas correspond closely with physical and ecological regions of Canada. [143] The indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast were centred around ocean and river fishing; in the interior of British Columbia, hunter-gatherer and river fishing.

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Eagle Down Is Our Law: Witsuwit'en Law, Feasts and Land

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For detailed explanations on concepts and for information on data quality, please refer to the reference guides found on the Census Program website. November, 1910: A joint agreement between the federal government and the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian and Methodist churches establishes the structure of Indian Residential Schools and the contractual obligations of churches running them. We laughed, played, sang and rejoiced in our shared humanity,” he wrote in a piece reflecting on the experience.

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Aboriginal History: A Reader

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Additional taxes have been placed on some goods (such as alcohol and gasoline) and vary by province; however, these taxes are often included in the displayed price of the good. Whether we are able to show as such is a different social issue. Also, and for language institutions, executive breaks in the Caouette are revealed to be foreign shares. In order to find out about women's experiences in prostitution, what preceded their entry into prostitution, and what their current needs were, we interviewed women prostituting in Vancouver, Canada.

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Maps & Dreams: Indians and the British Columbia Frontier

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The program is a must-see for all audiences. The powwow princess, representing the virtues of the people, leads in other veterans and the elders. Sie ist aber nicht nur das Sprachrohr aller kanadischen Indianer und führt die aufwendigen Prozesse vor kanadischen Gerichten, sondern betätigt sich inzwischen über die Staatsgrenzen hinaus, etwa bei den Vereinten Nationen, wenn es um Menschenrechtsfragen geht. National Aboriginal Day events are held in every region across Canada.

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Travels Among the Dena: Exploring Alaska's Yukon Valley

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During a visit this summer to Calgary, Dong said through an interpreter that the Chinese government and banks are supporting companies to make investments around the world. “Right now in China the demand for oil is higher,” says Jan Lin, investment director with the Chinese firm. “They have invested a lot of money in Canada and Canada has a lot of resources.” The investment in Windtalker will help produce resources from the heavy oil formation under Frog Lake First Nation land. December 14, 2002 - A sheriff from the Port Coquitlam office of the Attorney-General attempts to serve court documents on Rev.

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Nunavut: Rethinking Political Culture

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Manitoba was the last province to permit adoptions of children outside of Canada, and nearly one quarter of all Aboriginal adoptees in 1980 were placed with American families (Johnston, 1983). They are working on progressive agreements to advance opportunities economically both for the First Nations communities and the companies to expedite projects, particularly in the resource sector. The Métis first worked with the Euopean settlers in the _____________ industry.

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Tangled Webs of History: Indians and the Law in Canada's

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Located 300 kilometers northeast of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, this dynamic First Nation has a total membership of over 2400 members. We were in the gift shop after a powerful day viewing art and I was so moved by the images. Nadon and colleagues (1998) found that 89% of her interviewees had begun prostitution before the age of 16. The 30 foot canoe was commissioned by a private arts organization in San Francisco as part of a six month public demonstration of traditional Haida arts in San Francisco.

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