Vol. 5 No. 1 Systemic Discrimination Against Aboriginal Peoples

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Table of Contents

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5 Editorial Commentary / Éditorial Marie Battiste
8 Viewpoint / Point de vue Len. M. Findlay
16 Historical Contributions of Aboriginal Peoples to Canadian Culture and Identity Deborah Lee
 25 Land Rights of Indigenous Peoples – not racist Sharon Venne
 29 Polidiscrimination Kiera Ladner
37 Can Institutional Systems Learn to Listen? Alex Wilson and Janet Sarson
 40 Constitutional Supremacy and the Deadbeat Crowns / Suprématie constitutionnelle et gouvernements irresponsables James [Sa’ke’j] Youngblood Henderson
 44 Two-spirit Identity: Active resistance to multiple oppressions. Alex Wilson
 46 Brief concerning Urban Aboriginal Homelessness in Quebec / Regroupement des centres d’amitié autochtones du Québec
 50 The Recognition of Indigenous Knowledge as Reconciliation and Restoration Lorna Williams
 53 Residential Schools and the role of Aboriginal Youth Jaime Koebel
 56 Kapp's distinctions: Race-Based Fisheries, the Limits of Affirmative Action for Aboriginal Peoples and Skirting Aboriginal Peoples' Unique Constitutional Status Once Again June McCue
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Resistance, Recognition, Respect: Protocol latest attempt to secure the place of Métis in Canada / Résistance, reconnaissance, respect: Le protocole d'entente, la plus récente tentative visant à assurer la place des Métis au Canada

Clément Chartier
 68 Canaries on Ice: Inuit identity and climate change / Les Inuits et le changement climatique: Des canaris sur la glace? Katherin Minich
 73 Racism and the ''Reasonable Person'': Understanding Systemic Discrimination / Le racisme et la <<personne raisonnable>> : aide à la compréhension de la discrimination systémique Patricia A. Monture
 81 Constitutional Reconciliation of Education for Aboriginal peoples / La réconciliation constitutionnelle des Autochtones et leurs droits éducationnels Marie Battiste
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