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Q: What is the Canadian government doing about first nations now?
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What was the effect of the stamp act on the first nations?

Nothing really. The British had taken over most of Canada, but that is basically it. First Nations- A group that was recognized by the Canadian government Stamp Act- A British tax on any kind of paper

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What first nations lived in the Canadian Shield?

Dene Suline people lived in the Canadian Shield. They ate caribou and all sorts of animals. They like to travel in big groups and help each other.

What were the challenges when the First Nations were facing when negotiating treaties?

First Nations faced challenges such as language barriers, differing cultural understandings of land ownership, lack of legal representation, and power imbalances when negotiating treaties with European settlers or the Canadian government. These challenges often resulted in treaties that did not fully represent or uphold the rights and interests of the First Nations.

What is a Canadian status card?

It's an identity card First Nations people are entitled to.

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She is famous because she is a Canadian first nations singer.

Is First Nations a native tribe in Canada?

The Canadian constitution recognizes 3 groups of Indigenous or Aboriginal peoples: Indians, Metis and Inuit. As "Indian" was the name Columbus mistakenly provided to Indigenous people of the Americas, in Canada that group of people have chosen to refer to themselves as First Nations. Originally, there were somewhere between 60 and 70 nations such as the Cree, Wendat, Mi'kmaq, Ahnishnawbe, Salish, Haida and others. Now, after government policies split these nations, there are 633 First Nation communities, peopled by those the Canadian constitution calls "Indians".

What disagreement exists between First Nations and Canada's government in the interpretation of the treaties?

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