Indigenous Canada Misconceptions: Trick or Treaty?
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Indigenous Canada Misconceptions: Trick or Treaty?

Due to their inherently trusting nature, Indigenous peoples were constantly taken advantage of by European traders. Not likely. Actually, when the British, French, and other competing European empires arrived in North America, Indigenous peoples already held storied relationships to their territories throughout the continent with their own distinct trading routes and trade structures. Indigenous peoples […]

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Te Ākitai-Waiohua make first step on treaty claim journey
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Te Ākitai-Waiohua make first step on treaty claim journey

Tamaki iwi Waiohua-Te-Akitai have begun their treaty claim journey, having finalised their negotiation team last week. They may be known as the quietest Auckland iwi, but no more, says negotiator David Takaanini. Hania Douglas reports. Te Akitai-Waiohua is the iwi. Maunga Kiekie is the mountain, Kiwi Tamaki is the chief. Te Akitai-Waiohua, a local Auckland […]

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Trump Protects Top Constitutional Right
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Trump Protects Top Constitutional Right

[Music] President Trump doesn’t take his presidential power lightly DHE reserves his executive orders for the most important causes and this one is definitely needed college campuses are violating First Amendment rights because Democrats don’t want to hear opposing opinions that violate their safe spaces safe spaces aren’t a right but free speeches Ben Shapiro […]

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