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  • Constitution Act, 1982 (category Constitutional documents of Canada)
    Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Part II: Rights of the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada Part III: Equalization and Regional Disparities Part IV: Constitutional
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  • Aborigional People of Canada 35. (1) Recognition of existing aboriginal and treaty rights. (2) Definition of "aboriginal peoples of Canada". (3) Land claims
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  • Clarity Act (category Acts of the Parliament of Canada)
    of Canada, any formal statements or resolutions by the Senate, any formal statements or resolutions by the representatives of the Aboriginal peoples of
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  • follows: (b) any rights or freedoms that may be acquired by the aboriginal peoples of Canada by way of land claims settlement. See section 93 of the Constitution
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  • of Canada and all Canadians, I stand before you, in this chamber so central to our life as a country, to apologize to aboriginal peoples for Canada’s role
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  • shall have included in its agenda an item respecting constitutional matters that directly affect the aboriginal peoples of Canada, including the identification
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  • have included in its agenda constitutional matters that directly affect the aboriginal peoples of Canada, and the Prime Minister of Canada shall invite
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  • section 67 of the Canadian Human Rights Act without further delay. The State party should, in consultation with Aboriginal peoples, adopt measures ending
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  • showing that the same aboriginal peoples who named the waters of North America coined also the prehistoric geographical titles in South America. Scores
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  • The American Indian (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    has sought to objectify and systematize the essential facts relating to aboriginal America. Thus, he is first of all indebted to the American Museum of Natural
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 Canada 18911431911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 5 — Canada CANADA. The Dominion of Canada comprises the northern half
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  • work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923. The author died in 1922, so this work is also in the public
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  • Africa. The aboriginal races of South Africa were the Bushmen and Hottentots. Both these races are rapidly diminishing in numbers, and in British South
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  • the Hopi, and Wilson for the Hidatsa. For the Pueblo peoples who still raise maize in the aboriginal way we have little more than the pioneer work of Cushing
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Indians, North American (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    Algonkian peoples of Virginia, like some of the Iroquoian peoples farther south, were by the end of the 17th century greatly reduced in numbers. In the Carolinian
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  • Turkic peoples and the Japanese and Koreans. Less typical, but with the Mongolic elements so predominant as to warrant inclusion, are the Malay peoples of
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  • federated under the crown, somewhat after the fashion of the Dominion of Canada. These comprise New South Wales, which may be said to be the mother colony
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  • Provincial Museum of Toronto on Archaeology and Ethnology of Canada; D. G. Brinton, Library of Aboriginal American Literature, vols. i.-viii. (Philadelphia, 1822-1890);
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  • 1922 Encyclopædia Britannica/Indians, North American (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas)
    In the vast region E. of the Rocky Mountains, where the aboriginal title was extinguished, the Government promised gifts in cash and lands and aid in
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 73/September 1908/The Prehistoric Aborigines of Minnesota and their Migrations (category Indigenous peoples of the Americas articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    the Indians of Minnesota in prehistoric time. But, thanks to the rapid progress that has been made in aboriginal research in North America, chiefly under
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