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(in Canada) an indigenous American Indian community officially recognized as an administrative unit by the federal government or functioning as such without official status.‘the Siksika First Nation in Alberta’‘the First Nations peoples of Canada’
- ‘Specific claims arise when the federal government breaches its agreements with First Nations.’
- ‘It is time a party began to work towards settlement with the First Nations people of Canada.’
- ‘There is disagreement within the First Nations community about that.’
- ‘I am a final year Australian law student and I've come to Canada for my final semester to study First Nations law.’
- ‘It is the largest First Nation community in Manitoba, with an on-reserve population of approximately 3,065 residents.’
- ‘The report also stated that Canada has tried to fit all First Nations into the same box.’
- ‘Since when were the First Nations of Canada homogenous, or even similar?’
- ‘Talks between the First Nation and the federal and provincial governments broke off in 1995.’
- ‘This respect should be expanded to embrace all aspects of First Nations culture within North America.’
- ‘The Six Nations councillor representing a B.C. First Nation raised his hands and remained in his chair.’
- ‘Canada holds in trust a little over a billion dollars that belongs to the First Nations communities.’
- ‘I spent the first months meeting people and listening to our 11 First Nations communities.’
- ‘Frequently they do it from an office far from the First Nation and rarely visit the community, often only twice-monthly to deliver cheques.’
- ‘He will not quibble about the cost of this process because Canada owes First Nations more than it can ever repay.’
- ‘She was the first First Nations woman in Canada to obtain a law degree.’
- ‘Everyone recognizes that the Assembly of First Nations is an unwieldy organization in dire need of reform.’
- ‘Unlike many First Nations people in Canada, the Inuit have always given Canada the benefit of the doubt.’
- ‘One of the problems with our education has been the government's approach to First Nations communities.’
- ‘The balance of power between colonial interests was controlled by the First Nations until the American civil war.’
- ‘This action by the minister to silence us is an ominous sign for all First Nations organizations in Canada.’
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