On being here to stay: Treaties and Aboriginal rights in Canada moves past implantation arguments of settler colonialism (Wolfe, 2006) to critically re-evaluate Indigenous-settler and Indigenous-state relationships established through treaty making in Canada; or what Chief Justice Lamer commented upon in his 1997 deliberation in Delgamuukw v. BC as Indigenous peoples, not the state, reconciling […]
There is a serious lack of knowledge (be it willfully or not) on the part of non-indigenous people concerning the treaties that were signed by First Nations and the Canadian government and what those treaties mean for both indigenous and non-indigenous people. In this interview with Hayden King, the Director of the Center for Indigenous […]
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