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Aboriginals and Environment Lecture- Feb 26.doc

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Geography
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GGR321H1
Professor
Rob Macgregor

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Aboriginals and Environment LectureFebruary 27 2012Key Ideas Royal Proclamation is a paradox it recognized Indigenous autonomy and title but the other part dealt with the ways to take that title awayBNA Act created Canada and divided the powers between the Federal and Provincial governmentReserves are federalCrown is trying to create ways that First Nations could make their own laws and bylawsFirst Nations people dont have control or jurisdiction over their land because of the Constitution and BNA ActsAboriginal and treaty rights will shape what Aboriginal involvement in the environment will look like off and on the reserveMost of the treaties back in the day were Federal because there were no provinces at the time but most now are ProvincialThe constitution act said it was going to protect aboriginal and treaty rights but didnt really define or know what aboriginal rights were and required conferences a
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