Aboriginal Rights

ABORIGINAL RIGHTS are rights of title, occupation and use of land and resources that existed prior to the arrival of European colonial powers and that in Canada are the subject of treaty agreements between federal and provincial governments and aboriginal groups. Colonial powers unsuccessfully wrestled with the issue of aboriginal rights for 400 years and any systematic codification of these rights has eluded almost every government. Since colonial times, aboriginal groups in BC have had a...

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