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    the founding nations of Canada along with the English and French Few Canadians are aware that up until the 1983 87 First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Rights the First Nations People were excluded from taking part in the Constitutional developments of Canada First Nations peoples have had to deal with conditions of extreme poverty and isolation and vast geographical dispersion within the tremendous diversity of aboriginal cultures languages and political ideologies Improved communications and transportation have allowed First Nations Peoples to begin to talk to each other to the rest of Canada and to the rest of the world These relatively recent developments have meant that the First Nations Peoples have had to work harder and faster in order to catch up with the federal and provincial governments in the fields of political knowledge political reality and especially in political expertise The years of being excluded from Canada s formal political process has left First Nations Peoples with an incredible void to fill just in order to attain a level of political social and legal knowledge that is on par with other groups in Canadian society Unfortunately most Canadians are not aware of the many issues which brought about the

    Original URL path: http://www.indigenousnationstreaty.org/portfolio_entries/photo/ (2016-02-09)
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    Canadians are aware that up until the 1983 87 First Ministers Conference on Aboriginal Rights the First Nations People were excluded from taking part in the Constitutional developments of Canada First Nations peoples have had to deal with conditions of extreme poverty and isolation and vast geographical dispersion within the tremendous diversity of aboriginal cultures languages and political ideologies Improved communications and transportation have allowed First Nations Peoples to begin to talk to each other to the rest of Canada and to the rest of the world These relatively recent developments have meant that the First Nations Peoples have had to work harder and faster in order to catch up with the federal and provincial governments in the fields of political knowledge political reality and especially in political expertise The years of being excluded from Canada s formal political process has left First Nations Peoples with an incredible void to fill just in order to attain a level of political social and legal knowledge that is on par with other groups in Canadian society Unfortunately most Canadians are not aware of the many issues which brought about the need for First Nations Peoples to assert their rightful position in Canadian

    Original URL path: http://www.indigenousnationstreaty.org/portfolio_entries/video/ (2016-02-09)
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