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Aboriginal Perspective on Immigration

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Sarah Beks

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Aboriginal Perspective on Immigration

Aboriginal Perspective on Immigration Assembly of First Nations

Canada is one of the wealthiest countries, but does not take care of the needs of First nation communities Canada does not talk with the AFN leadership on immigration policies and legislation The resolution is to call on the federal government to freeze all immigration coming to canada until the federal government takes care of improving First Nations housing conditions, education, health and employment in first Nation communities Immigration and the Collective Rights of Aboriginal peoples They have collective rights under the constitution and an expectation to be consulted when the government makes decisions that shape the future of Canada Some aboriginals still have health, education, and employment challenges that have to do with poverty and the impact of past policies and laws The challenges can create problems to full participation in Canada's economy for people from First Nations, Inuit or Metis communities
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