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Native Americans and the Canadian Government

Summary: Essay discusses how Native Americans were treated unfairly by the Canadian government.
In the past Natives were victims of injustice by the Canadian government, were often mistreated, and had few rights. The Canadian government took away their land and forced them to move on to small reservation areas elsewhere. Europeans were hunting their food, such as buffalo, with rifles which made their numbers scarce. When the rights of Natives have come into a conflict with other Canadians, it is always the Natives who have had to give in. For example, the Natives were mistreated when the Number Treaties were not honored, when thousands of Native children were placed in residential schools, and during the Oka Crisis in 1990. It is an obvious and really recurring theme that Native Americans have been terribly mistreated in Canadian history.

Before European contact, Aboriginal people had an extremely developed way of educating their children. "If you think of how difficult it...

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