Coexistence of Canadian and Aboriginal Rights
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In this paper, a historical and issue-oriented discussion of rights claims is presented in order to address the difficulties of presenting an argument that rights can coexist between natives and other Canadians. However, the paper argues that such an argument can be made and presents a case for how the argument can be formulated.
From the Paper:"When the European colonizers established colonies throughout the North American continent, they came into contact and conflict with the native inhabitants that had dwelt in the land for centuries. Their initial contacts were colored by curiosity and concern on the part of both natives and colonizers. However, as colonies were established and the European hunger for land proved incessant, concern became alarm and even progressed to war in many cases. Colonizers were viewed as invaders by natives and the natives were viewed as uncivilized savages by colonists. The colonists' push across the continent resulted in land being contested and..."
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