1. Aboriginal Rights - The Legal Context
As the native population in Canada is not treated with equality and justice, we see the aboriginal community in Canada with poor education, in poverty and substance abuse. The signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by Canada in 1948, made Canada study its treatment of Aboriginals for the first time. ... In current times the ongoing Ideal No More campaign deals with the concerned matters of the indigenous population with connection to the Indian Act and aboriginal society issues such as lack of education, poverty, financial trouble. ... The oppression of the aboriginal community ...
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