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Aboriginal

1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the native peoples of Australia
2. another word for an Australian Aborigine
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This measure to include Aboriginal leaders in one committee room of Parliament is a duck, which can quack like a duck only when invited.
In chapter 1, "With or Without You: First Nations Law in Canada", Borrows discusses the legitimacy and flexibility of Aboriginal laws, and explores how they might be received into Canadian law.
Aboriginal people suffer from inadequate housing, poor nutrition, and a lack of hygiene and access to clean water.
Citizens Plus is an award winning and very important book about citizenship, Aboriginal peoples and the Canadian state.
He began his current career as the vice-president of the Native Council of Nova Scotia from 1977 until 1982, and later served as chief and president from 1989 to 1997, during the struggle to have aboriginal peoples included in the 1982 Constitution Act with guaranteed collective aboriginal rights.
As a Visiting Scholar at the University of Newcastle, New South Wales, the author was able to devote time to interviewing teachers, administrators, and university faculty, reading the available research literature and visiting predominantly Aboriginal schools.
I will argue that the policies of Aboriginal self-determination--and the techniques used by government to enrol Aboriginals in their own governance--mirror these broader liberal governmental processes.
The day before the roundtable the Aboriginals released a document entitled Violence against Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada: Review of Reports and Recommendations.
Training and Workforce Development Minister Murray Cowper said the Aboriginal Business Directory WA was a free service listing Aboriginal businesses operating in WA.
Few areas of the law are so laden with emotion, ideology and conflicting prescriptions for near-utopia than the criminal law as it relates to Aboriginal people.
The Aboriginal organizations piloting the project have a long established history in Edmonton not only working with Aboriginal people but also working with other organizations, such as municipal and provincial governments, school boards, Edmonton City Police and the Children's Aid Services, which provide services to Aboriginals.
Poor food choices and snacking between meals are the main reasons why young Aboriginal women are more likely to become overweight compared to their non-Aboriginal counterparts.