Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous peoples, also referred to as First people, Aboriginal people, Native people, or autochthonous people, are ethnic groups who are native to a particular place. Indigenous first emerged as a way for Europeans to differentiate enslaved black people from the indigenous peoples of the Americas, being first used in its modern context in 1646 by Sir Thomas Browne, who stated "Although... there bee... swarms of Negroes serving the Spaniard, yet they were all transported from Africa... and are not indigenous or proper natives of America."Peoples are usually described as Indigenous when they maintain traditions or other aspects of an early …

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School of Public Policy, University of Calgary · 26 January 2023 English

PUBLICATIONS SPP Research Paper VOLUME 15:35 | JANUARY 2023 CANADIAN NORTHERN CORRIDOR SPECIAL SERIES THE AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCE WITH RESOURCES, INFRASTRUCTURE CORRIDORS AND SUPPLY CHAINS Ian Satchwell 0.11575/sppp.v16i1.76012 FOREWORD THE CANADIAN …

social outcomes of the Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples of the region. Indigenous people of the Pilbara resources activity and taking action to help link Indigenous peoples in development to  the economic benefits


Environmental Defence · 18 January 2023 English

In anticipation of a decline in fossil fuel production triggered by a shift in global demand and domestic climate action, workers in Canada's fossil fuel and other such carbon-intensive industries …

or excluded from economic activity such as Indigenous peoples, women, racialized workers and people with


CCSA: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse · 17 January 2023 English

Provides people in Canada with accurate, up-to-date information about the risks and harms associated with the use of alcohol.

alcohol use among sub-populations such as Indigenous Peoples, older people, sexual minorities and gender discussions began very broadly with regards to Indigenous peoples’ historical relationship with alcohol (Johnson smaller scale, Indigenous experts agreed that Indigenous peoples should be involved in developing knowledge especially among sub- populations such as Indigenous Peoples, older people, sexual minorities and gender


RSC: Royal Society of Canada · 13 January 2023 English

In his essays on the history and evolution of western legal traditions and in his most recent theoretical monograph entitled ABCDE he draws the several threads of his scholarship together …

AcAdemic contributions to scholArship on indigenous peoples’ issues And theorizing sociAl diversity Are


CHA: Canadian Historical Association · 13 January 2023 English

the blind, callous and unethical conduct that has characterized so much of the research ‘on’ Indigenous peoples within Canada.”.

Council’s recognition of the genocide against Indigenous peoples. Unfortunately, the newspaper refused to Day Statement Recognizing the Genocide of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, July 1st, 2021 A group of (almost) Association for recognizing the genocide of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Only 5 of the 53 signatories are characterized so much of the research ‘on’ Indigenous peoples within Canada.”


PollutionWatch · 13 January 2023 English

CELA also agrees with the Auditor General of Ontario that the wide-ranging problems that have emerged under the EBR since the 1990s are attributable, in part, from the current wording …

Principles…………………... 45 (m) Consultation Question 13 – Indigenous Peoples……………………………. 49 (n) Consultation Question in the relationship between the Crown and Indigenous Peoples; the growing recognition of environmental Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples according to which Indigenous peoples shall be consulted by action, or approving projects, that may affect Indigenous peoples or their lands, territories and resources; meet new obligations regarding the rights of Indigenous Peoples? For example, • How can Indigenous law and


CWRP: Canadian Child Welfare Research Portal · 13 January 2023 English

FACT SHEET Overview SOCIAL • Canada’s Indigenous population is rapidly growing, along with the country’s racial and ethnic diversity IDENTIFICATION OF ⇒ increasing the likelihood of inconsistencies between RACE IN …

utoronto.ca/fraser- in Canada as data from Indigenous peoples and mustard-institute-for-human- communities are added complexities around identifying Indigenous peoples due to the varying definitions and understandings government data collection efforts among Indigenous peoples due to histories of discrimination, racism content for the 2021 Census of population: Indigenous peoples. 2021 Census Fact Sheets. Retrieved from


Manitoba Office of the Children's Advocate · 13 January 2023 English

You will its work to fully MANITOBA ADVOCATE FOR find our analysis of actions taken by the implement four CHILDREN AND YOUTH provincial government in response to the 67 recommendations …

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the national Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s


FLMM: Forum of Labour Market Ministers · 13 January 2023 English

The and long-term unemployment highlight Transfers also permitted PTs to address the need for public employment services labour shortages and the economy’s to develop a proactive approach to 4 Labour …

reconciliation with inclusive, and sensitive way. Indigenous Peoples, and diversity and inclusion. The pilot demonstrated


National Collaborating Centre for Healthy Public Policy · 12 January 2023 English

This document aims to paint a picture of the training offered on the Health in All Policies (HIP) approach and to suggest ways of improving it, particularly from a Canadian …

the ongoing process of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, which is both a major challenge and a priority


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