New PDF release: Aboriginal Peoples : Fact and Fiction (2nd Ed.)

By Pierre Lepage ; supervision, Maryse Alcindor ; translation, Jan Jordon .

ISBN-10: 2550549279

ISBN-13: 9782550549277

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However, despite this undeniable progress, student drop-out and failure rates are of particular concern. * (Source: Ministère de l’Éducation, Education Statistics Bulletin. Portrait of the Aboriginal School Population of Québec, 1998. Data ta ken from Table 4, p. 5). 39 Aboriginal Peoples: Fact and Fiction Despite the persistence of federal guardianship, we are fortunately very far removed from the days when Indian Affairs agents acted like “kings and masters” on the reserves. Significant steps toward autonomy and self-government have been taken.

It is interesting to note that a passage of the Proclamation of the North American Indian Nation Government, published in 1959, referred explicitly Photo: Terry Kennedy, Courtesy of Mr. Johnny Vachon of Maliotenam to the Charter of the United Nations Organization, stating that the human rights recognized in the International Charter by the United Nations General Assembly pertain to all humanity, without exception. This meant that First Nations peoples enjoyed the same rights as any other nation and should stand united in order to be recognized as an authentic nation.

The back of the card indicated that the cardholder had certain rights and privileges, including the freedom to circulate between Canada and the United States, exemption from military service, exemption from any tax imposed by a provincial or federal government, the right to hunt and fish on all North American lands, and the right to set up camps at any location whatsoever, taking care not to cause damage to the occupants. A North American Indian Nation Government registration card But this affirmation of self-government would have its price.

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