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Political Science
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POLB50Y3
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tr
Semester
Summer

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4ABORIGINAL PEOPLESAboriginal peoples did not take part in the negotiations leading up to Confederation rather the Canadian State took over the role of the British CrownToday Aboriginal governance policy and politics are increasingly important and include the emerging characteristics of Aboriginal government as a third order of government and its relations with federal provincial territorial and local governments Royal Proclamation of 1763Aboriginal legal rights were clearly defined principle of voluntary cessionRecognized in Section 25 of the Charter of Rights and FreedomsPost 1763Crown concluded landcession agreements with Native peoplesReserves and hunting and fishing rights on unoccupied Crown landConfederation gave the federal government jurisdiction over Indians and Lands reserve
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