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Indigenous Colonization and Assimilation Index


This Index can be used as a rudimentary Table of Contents for the colonization section of the Website. When exploring the site, use the Navigation bar to select different html pages and to select page topics within a page. The Introduction page can be found under Home and the HTML pages order flows from left to right on the navigation Bar.



I- Colonization Introduction


A/ Indigenous Jurisdiction


Sovereignty

1. Indigenous Sovereignty

2. Crown Sovereignty

Authority

1. Indigenous Authority

2. Crown Authority

Jurisdiction

1. Crown Jurisdiction

2. Indigenous Jurisdiction

3. Jurisdictional Conflict

4. Inherent Jurisdiction

5. Delegated Jurisdiction

A. Crown-Delegated Jurisdiction

B. Jurisdictional Assimilation


II- Indigenous Rights Introduction


A/ Immemorial Rights


Introduction

Rights-Holders

Components

1. Communal

2. Land

3. Generational

Rights Recognition


B/ Crown Rights


Origin

Expression

Conflict


C/ Indigenous-Related Rights


Introduction

Fiduciary Rights

1. History

2. Implications

3. Moving Forward

Constitutional Rights

1. Treaty Rights

2. Aboriginal Rights

3. Alternate Rights Regime

4. Aboriginal Citizen

5. Moving Forward

Treaty Rights

1. Domestic Agreements

2. Intent of Treaties

3. Treaty Process Flaws

4. Treaty Discrimination

5. Moving Forward

Aboriginal Rights

1. Duty to Consult

2. Extinguishing Aboriginal Rights

3. Moving Forward

Aboriginal Title

1. Indigenous Title

2. An Aboriginal Right to Title

3. Moving Forward

Self-Government


D/ International Rights


Introduction

UNDRIP Rights

Limits to UNDRIP Rights

1. Generational

2. Article 46

a. Safeguard Clause

b. Repugnant Clause

3. Government of Canada


III- Framework of Colonization Introduction


A/ Constitutional Tools


Introduction

Section 91 (24)

Section 35

1. Treaty Rights

2. Aboriginal Rights

3. Aboriginal Citizens

4. Alternate Rights Regime

Section 25

Schedules to Constitution Act

Branches of Government


B/ Judiciary Tools


Introduction

Rule of Law

1. Canadian Rule of Law

2. Indigenous Rule of Law

3. Aboriginal Law

Constitutional Law

Legislative Law

Common Law

1. Bias Against Indigenous Peoples

Moving Forward

1. Reconciliation of Rights

2. Resource management Rights


C/ Legislative Tools


Introduction

Indigenous-Directed Legislation

1. Indian Act

Indigenous-Related Legislation

Indigenous-Omitting Legislation


D/ Executive Tools


Crown-Delegated Jurisdiction

Agreements

1. Treaties and Land Claims

2. Self-Government Agreements

3. Indigenous Partnership Agreements

4. Sectoral Agreements

Policy

1. Mandate

2. Operational Practices

a. Funding

b Programming


IV- Indigenous Assimilation in Canada Introduction


A/ Assimilation Policies


Assimilation Policy

Historic Assimilation Policies

1. Unfulfilled Treaties

2. Rights Recognition

3. Indian Act

4. Cultural Genocide

a. Indian Act

b. Residential Schools

c. Child Welfare Agencies

d. Canadian Denial

5. Selective Funding

6. International Rights

7. Indigenous and Northern Affairs

Current Assimilation Policies


B/ Alternate Rights Regime


Introduction

Alternate Rights Stream

1. New Rights

2. Aboriginal Citizens

3. Alternate Rights

Crown-Delegated Institutions


C/ Crown-Delegated Institutions


Introduction

1. Crown-Delegated Jurisdiction

2. Three-Group Distinction

3. Alternate Rights Regime

Community Government

Indigenous Partners

1. Treaty Partners

2. National Partners

a. AFN Example

b. Summary

3. Institutional Partners

National Indigenous Government


V- Self-Determination Introduction


A/ Components of Self-Determination


Components

1. Substance

a. Constitutive Aspect

b. Ongoing Aspect

2. Remedies

a. External Remedies

b. Internal Remedies

3. Sustainability


B/ Defining Indigenous ‘Peoples’


Peoples

1. UN Policy on Peoples

a. UN Recognition

b. UN Restrictions

2. Canadian Policy on Peoples

a. Domestic Recognition

b. International Recognition

c. Canadian Restrictions


C/ Resource Sovereignty


Sovereignty and Resources

1. UN Policy on Resources

2. Canadian Policy on Resources

a. Extinguishing Self-Determination

i. Land Claim Agreements

ii. Self-Government Agreements

iii. Section 35 Treaty Rights

iv. Section 35 Aboriginal Rights


D/ Self-Determination In Canada


Self-Determination in Canada

1. Historical Violations

2. Ongoing Violations

Indigenous Right to Self-Determination


E/ Remedies for Self-Determination in Canada


Remedies

1. Doctrine of State Sovereignty

2. Doctrine of Reversion

3. Moving Forward





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