1 edition of National Indian Brotherhood, Canadian Metis Society, Indian Eskimo Association. found in the catalog.
National Indian Brotherhood, Canadian Metis Society, Indian Eskimo Association.
|Statement||[Text: G. E. Mortimore]|
|Contributions||Mortimore, G. E., National Indian Brotherhood., Canadian Metis Society., Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada.|
|LC Classifications||E92 .N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||72185970|
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Aboriginal rights . In , when section 35 was entrenched into the Canadian Constitution, Delbert Riley — who was then the National Leader of the National Indian Brotherhood (later known as Assembly of First Nations (AFN)) — was quoted as saying that "Aboriginal Rights are what First Nations define them as, their rights are what they were before European contact, and remain the same. “The Obligations of history: a review of Native Rights in Canada,” in the Indian-Eskimo Association of Canada Bulletin, v. 11, n. 2, May, ; Native Rights in Canada, (Ed. D. Sanders), Toronto, ; a member of the Research Committee, commissioned to undertake the preparation of this study by the National Indian Brotherhood, the.
The major status Indian association is the Assembly of First Nations. It operates at the national level to represent Indian bands in Canada. The AFN was formally established at a meeting of Indian chiefs at Penticton, British Columbia in April to replace the previous status Indian organization, the National Indian Brotherhood. In June of the White Paper on Indian Policy was presented to the House of Commons. With this White Paper, the Government of Canada hoped to solve the ‘Indian problem’ which had become noticeable and problematic in the decades following World War Two. In seeking the equality required of a ‘just society’ the White Paper promised to give First Nations equality by removing all unique.
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The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is an assembly, modelled on the Canadian Metis Society Nations General Assembly, of First Nations (Indian bands) represented by their emerged from and replaced the Canadian National Indian Brotherhood in the early s.
The aims of the organization are to protect and advance the aboriginal and treaty rights and interests of First Nations in Canada, including Headquarters: Ottawa, Ontario.
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