Aboriginal Peoples and the Constitution

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  • Douglas E. Sanders

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1836

Abstract

The author discusses recent constitutional developments with respect to recognition of treaty and aboriginal rights. Recent amendments to the proposed Charter of Rights include the use of new terminology and definitions. The author examines the impact of these amendments on aboriginal nationalism, in view of the failure by the federal government to include provisions relating to aboriginal self-government or sovereignty.

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