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Aboriginal Issues in Canada

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2.The claim to areas of land by Aboriginal peoples.
4.This is a gift-giving system as well as primary economic system practiced by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada and the US.
8.The newest Canadian Territory,created in 1999.
9.The claims to land of the Aboriginals based on the idea that the government did notfulfill its partof a treaty or agreement related to land or money.
12.Where aboriginal children could study their own languages while learning abouttheir own cultures and traditions.
13.A Cree member of the Manitoba legislature,opposed the Meech Lake accord.
15.Church-run, government-operated schools where Aboriginal children were separated from their families and made to learn Canadian culture.
17.To be deprived of one's basic legal rights.
19.A commission to look into the effects of building an oil pipeline from Alberta to Alaska.
20.Canada refused to sign this UN declaration recently.
21.The Aboriginal response to the government's white paper.
22.In 1971, an official policy of this was introduced by Prime Minister Trudeau.
23.Bill C-98,adopted in 1988.
24.This was created to regulate the lives of Canada's First Nations.
25.A commission launched by the federal government to study the issues that affected Aboriginal peoples.
1.Has a mandate to learn the truth about what happened in the residential schools, and to inform Canadians about what happened.
3.This represented the interests of the Aboriginal peoples of the North.
5.A major government public inquiry into an issue.
6.Questioned the ownership of large areas of land never surendered by the treaty.
7.Where the Nisga'a made a land claim against the Canadian government.
10.A land dispute between a group of Mohawk people and the town of Oka, Quebec that lasted from July 11 to September 26 1990.
11.The right of a colony to create the laws and policies that would govern its own affairs.
14.A government report that included the elimination of the Indian Act.
16.To be made to seem less important, in terms of power and/or social standing.
18.An Aboriginal artist whose work is featured on the Canadian 20$ bill.
22.An indigenous people of North America, involved in the Oka crisis.

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