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Sixties Scoop

…from their families and communities, first through the residential schools, and then through the child protection system, continues to impact the lives of these mothers, their children and their grandchildren….

Métis

…Learn Michif. http://www.learnmichif.com An excellent, thorough website to learn about the Métis language Michif, as well as Métis cultures, history, and contemporary politics. Metis Culture and Heritage Resource Centre: http://www.metisresourcecentre.mb.ca/…

Gustafsen Lake

…RCMP cut off all communications to the camp.9 The RCMP had set up a public media centre in nearby 100 Mile House, where they issued press releases and updated the…

UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

…out that the UNDRIP outlines minimum human rights standards, complementing rather than overriding existing rights.10 In an open letter, 101 Canadian lawyers and legal experts called the Canadian government’s claims…

Powley Case

…and again, the court ruled unanimously that as Métis people and members of a Métis community, the Powleys’ right to hunt was protected by Section 35. The Métis right to…

Totem Poles

…the Pacific Northwest to represent and commemorate ancestry, histories, people, or events. Totem poles are typically created out of red cedar, a malleable wood relatively abundant in the Pacific Northwest,…

Aboriginal Fisheries in British Columbia

…by Cedar, Living by the River. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1999. 232. BC Elders Communication Centre Society, “Elders’ Voice,” Volume 6 Issue 10, September 2006, 11. Available online at:…

Ipperwash Crisis

…its use as a burial ground. The government eventually expropriated the land under the War Measures Act, and compensated the Stony Point First Nation at $15 an acre. At the…

Reserves

…this, see the Royal Commission of Aboriginal Peoples, “Differing Assumptions and Understandings” in Looking Forward Looking Back, 1996.) Colonial agents frequently insisted that a prime motive for establishing the reserve…

Cedar

…Cultural Modified Trees,” 6. 9 Stewart 114. 10 Styd and Feddema, 12. 11 Ibid. 12 Stewart, 174. 13 Stewart, 165. 14 Stewart, 87. 15 Stewart, 84. 16 Stewart, 180….