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  • Are there property rights on stolen land?

    Are there property rights on stolen land?1

    Canada prides itself on being a country of fairness in human rights issues. How fair is a country when the majority of incarcerated people are indigenous? How fair is Canada when they need international compulsion to conduct an inquiry into the high number of missing or murdered indigenous women? How does Canada fare when you

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  • Canada’s reconciliation will continue to fail

    Canada’s reconciliation will continue to fail1

    Canada the settler state, that exists because of the International treaties signed between the U.K. Crown and the First Nation people; has a distorted view of reconciliation. Placing the original people on reserves was an archaic act of reconciliation. Placing the original people’s children into residential schools was an act of reconciliation. Legislating the original

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  • ‘White Paper: The Remix’ is not authentic First Nations governance

    ‘White Paper: The Remix’ is not authentic First Nations governance0

    The Federal government under Trudeau has rolled out a rights framework legislation, which can more easily be understood as the White paper of 2018. Recognition and implementation of First Nation rights is to signal “change in the relationship between the government and the original people.” How many times have these same words be spoken by

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  • No level playing field for indigenous people

    No level playing field for indigenous people2

    The Canadian government continues to move forward with genocidal legislation framed as beneficial for the original people. Canada is still attempting to rewrite the historic relationship between the original people and settlers. Trudeau is following in the footsteps of his late father in attempting to implement 1969 White Paper policy directives through modern legislation using

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  • The Original People will Never Stop Fighting for the Land

    The Original People will Never Stop Fighting for the Land0

    Since the coming of the settler colonizers, the original people have been at odds trying to express their relationship to the land. For the colonizer, there were rules for owning property that they brought from their European homelands. Rules that included the divine right of kings and the hierarchy where only nobility could have land

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  • Marginalization of Indigenous in the Canadian Justice system

    Marginalization of Indigenous in the Canadian Justice system0

    Tina Fontaine, Helen Betty Osborne, Cindy Gladue—all names of First Nation women that have been killed in their own land. These women were killed because they were native and therefore, expendable in the eyes of Canada. There is no question about justice in this stolen state called Canada. There is an active question of racism

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