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The federal government approves the Nisaga’a Treaty, giving the tribe about $196 million over 15 years plus communal self-government and control of natural resources in parts of northwestern British Columbia.
the Nisaga’a Treaty
The Kelowna Accord called for spending $5 billion over five years to improve native education, health care and living conditions.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper offers a formal apology on behalf of Canada over residential schools.
Canada signs the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
A winter housing crisis in the northern Ontario native community of Attawapiskat rivets national attention on native living conditions.
Harper holds a summit meeting with First Nations chiefs.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission holds its first public event in Winnipeg.
Construction of the Wuskwatim Dam nears completion. Manitoba Hydro continues to plan for c onstruction of the Keeyask and Conawapa dams.
Mohawks Reject Casino
Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement
First Indigenous Constitution in Ontario
Montréal Changes Coat of Arms and Announces Amherst Street Renaming
Energy East Pipeline Project Cancelled
First Victory of a Sixties Scoop Lawsuit
Apology to All Former Residential Schools Students
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