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Department
Forestry
Course
FOR302H1
Professor
Neera Singh
Semester
Winter

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Aboriginal cultures tend to believe in the renewal and resiliency of nature and that its ability to bounce back can be determined by observing natural signs and communicating with the landThe caribou will come back one day Berkes 2008A sense of cooperation therefore is a fundamental value in Aboriginal cultures that enables all of us to survive By observing the naturalCooperation is also seen as a fundamental values that enables all of us to survive Lickers 1997 This conception is illustrated beautifully in the quote Everywhere you look there is God Look outside thats God look at your neighbour thats God Even you are GodNicholson 2007 Aboriginal cultures tend to believe in the renewal and resiliency of nature and that its ability to bounce back can be determined by observing natural signs and communicating with the landThe caribou will come back one day Berkes 2008If lack of respect is shown animals are said to retaliate by returning this discourtesy by not making themselves available Hunting with humility and respecting the game during all processes of its handling is theref
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