|Contributions||Christianson, Steven W., Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.|
|LC Classifications||E78.C2 .C34 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
The Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples (RCAP) concerns government policy with respect to the original historical nations of this country. Those nations are important to Canada, and how Canada relates to them defines in large measure its sense of justice and its image in its own eyes and before the world. cultural entities known as 'Aboriginal peoples'. The term Aboriginal nations overlaps with the term Aboriginal peoples but also has a more specific usage. The Commission's use of the term nation is discussed in some detail in Volume 2, Chapter 3, where it is defined as a sizeable body of Aboriginal people with. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, a work offive volumes completed over a period offive years and covering some 3, pages. You will note that not even the Commissioners could be persuaded to attempt this task, so -as is often the case -it is left to the staff, or in my case, a former staffmember ofthe Size: KB. This book introduces you to some of the main themes and conclusions in the final report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. That report is a complete statement of the Commission's opinions on, and proposed solutions to, the many complex issues raised by the point mandate set out by the government of Canada in August
THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON ABORIGINAL PEOPLES THE NUNAVIK CONSTITUTIONAL COMMITTEE MAY, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - This brief is submitted by the Nunavik Constitutional Committee. The Committee was created in to develop Nunavik government proposals for the Québec area north of In the process the Inuit presented the key elements . Partners in Confederation: Aboriginal Peoples, Self-Government, and the Constitution [Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book . For example, the Royal Proclamation, the Canadian Constitution, and the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples all commit to acknowledging and acting upon the inherent right of Aboriginal peoples to self-government (DIAND , ; Hamilton , 80).