Canadian Aboriginal Policy Built on False Assumptions

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Connect2Canada – Canada Watch – Canadian Aboriginal Policy Built on False Assumptions
January 16, 2009.

The standard model for thinking about Aboriginal policy in Canada is fundamentally wrong, declares Gordon Gibson.  In A New Look at Canadian Indian Policy, recently published by the Fraser Institute, he urges a paradigm shift in which less weight is given to Aboriginals as a collective, and more emphasis is put on Aboriginals as individuals.

http://www.fraserinstitute.org/commerce.web/product_files/NewLookCanadianIndianPolicy.pdf

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