Aboriginal Canada Revisited by Kerstin Knopf

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The Breath Films. Beresford, Bruce, dir. (1991). Black Robe. Writ. Brian Moore. Alliance Communications. /writ. (2000). Bearwalker [Backroads]. Girls from the Backroads Productions. , dir. (2005). Johnny Tootall Writs. Shirley Cheechoo and Andrew Genaille. Kitchen Sink Entertainment. 24 Cardinal, Gil, dir. (1998). Big Bear. Prod. Doug Cuthand. Writs. Gil Cardinal and Rudy Wiebe. /Big Bear Films. Kunuk, Zacharias, dir. (2001). Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner. Writs. Paul Apak Angilirq and Norman Cohn.

1991). Black Robe. Writ. Brian Moore. Alliance Communications. /writ. (2000). Bearwalker [Backroads]. Girls from the Backroads Productions. , dir. (2005). Johnny Tootall Writs. Shirley Cheechoo and Andrew Genaille. Kitchen Sink Entertainment. 24 Cardinal, Gil, dir. (1998). Big Bear. Prod. Doug Cuthand. Writs. Gil Cardinal and Rudy Wiebe. /Big Bear Films. Kunuk, Zacharias, dir. (2001). Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner. Writs. Paul Apak Angilirq and Norman Cohn. Igloolik Isuma Productions. /writ. (2005).

While the Indian Act was not repealed, established BNA relationships were acknowledged and a new relationship was proclaimed through the Constitution Act of 1982, which repatriated the Canadian Constitution from Great Britain. In 30 THE AHOUSAHT HOLISHI SOCIETY this Act; Aboriginal and treaty rights of First Nations, Inuit and Metis were recognized and guaranteed equally to men and women in the Dominion of Canada. In light of almost 400 years of engagement with English and French forces, resulting in Aboriginal colonization, this reversal of assimilationist policy is very recent.

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