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SHIFTING INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL: CHANGING INDIGENOUS POLICY GOALS THROUGH MÉTIS AND FIRST NATIONS IDENTITY ASSERTIONS
The late 20th and 21st centuries witnessed the mobilization of Indigenous peoples who have engaged with the federal government to assert identity-based rights and title to land in Canada. Indigenous political engagement ...
Kasibahagua Meets Sassuma Arnaa: Truancy, Resilience and Indigenous Curricula
This non-empirical thesis employed standpoint theory to explore how culturally relevant curricula and curricular resources aim to foster resilience while diminishing truancy among First Nations, Métis, and Inuit youths. ...
HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION DIFFERENCES BETWEEN FIRST NATIONS AND THE GENERAL POPULATION WITH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN SASKATCHEWAN
Background: Indigenous patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have expressed concerns about barriers to access IBD care. The limited evidence of IBD among Indigenous people highlights the need for studies evaluating ...
SUPPORTING PROPERTY INTERESTS ON LANDS RESERVED FOR FIRST NATIONS
My concern within this thesis is the ongoing debate regarding the relationship of First Nations communities and private property rights. I do not advocate or share the view that private property rights on reserve are ...