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Aboriginal People of Canada: This term refers to all people in Canada who have ancestors of Native origin. Similar terms used include "First Nations people," "Native people," "Indian, Inuit and Métis people." This term is often used when speaking in the context of the Canadian Constitution, which recognizes Aboriginal people in a legal sense.
 
Aboriginal People of Canada: This term refers to all people in Canada who have ancestors of Native origin. Similar terms used include "First Nations people," "Native people," "Indian, Inuit and Métis people." This term is often used when speaking in the context of the Canadian Constitution, which recognizes Aboriginal people in a legal sense.
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Latest revision as of 17:25, 10 February 2022

Aboriginal People of Canada: This term refers to all people in Canada who have ancestors of Native origin. Similar terms used include "First Nations people," "Native people," "Indian, Inuit and Métis people." This term is often used when speaking in the context of the Canadian Constitution, which recognizes Aboriginal people in a legal sense.


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