Comment 106549

By scrap (anonymous) | Posted December 03, 2014 at 13:16:04

Doreen, one has to look back in time especially when talking about aboriginal issues.
after confederation and the expansion westward, what was known as Rupert's Land, which the Hudson's Bay claimed ownership to without any dialogue with the First Nations people.

Whether you agree or disagree with the two resistances in Manitoba and Sasketchewan, when first nations people were hauled into court, the justices told native people that they never owned the land, it always was owned by the british monarchy.

The tone was set way back when and has not really changed.

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