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Aboriginal rights refer to practices, traditions and customs that distinguish the
unique culture of each First Nation and were practiced prior to European contact.
Jul 31, 2017 ... In Canada, anti-discrimination legislation exists to protect and advocate for the
human rights of Aboriginal peoples. The Canadian Charter of ...
Jun 23, 2016 ... Historical treaties signed with the Crown (Canada) as well as other old and new
legislation guarantee certain rights and benefits to Aboriginal ...
The report shows that, compared to non-Aboriginal people, Aboriginal people
living in. Canada: • Have lower median after-tax income;. • Are more likely to ...
Mar 30, 2017 ... The Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Information System ATRIS is an electronic
system which brings together information on the location of ...
ABORIGINAL FISHING RIGHTS: SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.
INTRODUCTION. In Sparrow,(1) the Supreme Court of Canada considered for
the first time ...
How are the lives of Aboriginal people in Canada impacted by persistent
conditions of disadvantage? What are the barriers preventing equality of
Oct 28, 2013 ... Aboriginal rights, as defined under the Canadian legal system, consist of a broad
spectrum of legal rights pos sessed by Aboriginal people in ...
Do you understand your obligation to provide Aboriginal people preferential ... to
the National Aboriginal Initiative of the Canadian Human Rights Commission at ...
Apr 2, 2015 ... Canada re-established a policy of treaty-making in 1973 in response to persisting
claims of unextinguished Aboriginal rights to land.
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