Reports & Studies

A Brief History of Our Right to Self-Governance Pre-contact to Present

For thousands of years, the aboriginal people of what is now Canada organized themselves as sovereign nations, with what was essentially governmental jurisdiction over their lands, including property rights.Those rights — of governance and property — were trampled in the stampede of European sett

Resource Producer: 
National Centre for First Nations Governance
Source: 
National Centre for First Nations Governance

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