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Indigenous Studies: Natural Resources - Indigenous Land Issues

Links to various sites to help with research.


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Aboriginal Land Claims

In general, there are two types of Aboriginal claims in Canada that are commonly referred to as “land claims” - comprehensive claims and specific claims.  Comprehensive claims always involve land, but specific claims are not necessarily land-related.


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Educational Film on Aborignal use of Natural Resources

The University of Lethbridge's Faculty of Education sponsored the development of a First Nations Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) Curriculum Collection. It is a collection of lessons and resources designed to help pre and inservice teachers incorporate FNMI content in their teaching across subjects and grade levels.

FNMI Curriculum Collection from ULethbridge Faculty of Education on Vimeo.

Browse the collection, or search for a lesson using a keyword, or grade level.