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Other titlesRevendications des Indiens au Canada.
StatementResearch Resource Centre, Indian Claims Commission.
LC ClassificationsKE7718.A1 I53
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Paginationviii, 278 p. ;
Number of Pages278
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Open LibraryOL4606917M
LC Control Number77370247

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The dilemma results from the colonial state's failure to resolve the issue of the indigenous peoples' right to own and use their lands and resources. Aboriginal Title was confirmed in by the Supreme Court of Canada decision: Delgamuukw v. Book Description Minister of Supply, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Ottawa.

[] (Mass market paperback) Near fine. A native Claims policy. In English and French,30 Pages and 32 pages reversible: En toute justice: une politique des revendications des Range: $7 - $ Specific Claims are those of most interest to appraisers. These are claims for, among other things, compensation as a result of wrongful surrender of land, where Canada disposed of part of an existing Reserve at a price or under terms not in the best interest of the First Nation.

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Ultimately, the name Indian served to differentiate between Indigenous Peoples and the settlers, who referred to themselves as Europeans, whites, and, finally, Canadians.

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The Government had intended to introduce legislation to establish an Indian Claims Commission to hear and determine Indian claims. Consideration of the questions raised at the consultations and the review of Indian policy have raised serious doubts as to whether a Claims Commission as proposed to Parliament in is the right way to deal with.Department of Indian Affairs and North, Ottawa ABSTRACT: A summary of northern native claims in Canada The settlement of Alaska native claims in gave impetus to a similar movement in Canada.

The official process is described for comprehensive claims, involving first a stage of classification and then a stage of actual négociation. 20 - Possession of Lands in Reserves. 30 - Trespass on Reserves. 34 - Roads and Bridges.

35 - Lands Taken for Public Purposes. 36 - Special Reserves. 37 - Surrenders and Designations. 42 - Descent of Property. 48 - Distribution of Property on Intestacy. 51 - Mentally Incompetent Indians. 52 - Guardianship. - Money of Infant Children.

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