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Burnett, K. & Read, G. (2016) Aboriginal History: A Reader (2nd edition). Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

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Dickason, O. P. & Newbigging, W. (2019) Indigenous Peoples within Canada: A Concise History, (4th edition) Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

Kulchyski, Peter. (2007) The Red Indians: An Episodic, Informal Collection of Tales from the History of Aboriginal People’s Struggles in Canada. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Publishing.

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Part A

Reply to these questions from Unit 1 Conclusion: Looking truthfully at the past is one way to begin a dialogue and try to figure out what values we think Canada should represent. Do we wish to be fair? How can we achieve fairness? Why is it important to understand the Indigenous perspective in all this?

Part B

EI reply to part A was “Indigenous people wish to be fair. Their intentions were never to discriminate with Europeans or keep the land they resided in. In fact, “Indigenous people did not believe in ownership” (Dickason & Newbigging, 2019), and that not one community owns the land. They also believed in the idea that everyone has rights within the land, and that the rights to use the land belong to the living and the passed (Dickason & Newbigging, 2019). Even for the signing of the treaties, Indigenous people did not believe they gave away ownership because they had no belief in the concept whatsoever. The intentions of the Indigenous people were pure rather than selfish and unjust.

We can achieve fairness by first acknowledging the wrongs of the past. The first part of reconciliation, especially fairness, is by knowing what was done wrong in the past. Another way of achieving fairness is by following and staying true to the treaties that were signed rather than breaking them. Lastly, to ensure that land rights of Indigenous People are protected and never jeopardized or contested in any way.

It is important to understand the Indigenous perspective of all that has occurred as what we learned is merely the tip of the iceberg compared to what the generations of Indigenous People have experienced for centuries. It is also important to understand that the mistreatment of Indigenous People still happens today. Despite not being as major or as frequent, Indigenous discrimination has come in all forms and is not often acknowledged. ”

References:

Dickason, O. P. & Newbigging, W. (2019) Indigenous Peoples within Canada: A Concise History, (4th edition) Don Mills: Oxford University Press.

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