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Canadas Modern-Day First Nations: Nunavut And Evolving Relationships (How Canada Became Canada)
Canadas Modern-Day First Nations: Nunavut And Evolving Relationships (How Canada Became Canada) by Ellyn Sanna, William Hunter 1422200108 9781422200100
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Canadas Modern-Day First Nations: Nunavut And Evolving Relationships (How Canada Became Canada) by Ellyn Sanna, William Hunter

Long before the first European settlers crossed the Atlantic, Canadas original inhabitants had a culture based on respect for the earth and all forms of life. These vibrant and practical values enriched Canadas formation. In fact, the early settlers from Europe might not even have survived if not for the help and support of Canadas First Nations, who taught the newcomers how to live in a harsh natural environment. First Nations people shared their values and knowledge, played active roles in Canadas journey toward Confederation, and helped create the modern nation Canada has become today. In the twenty-first century, First Nations are more and more taking their rightful place in Canadas culture and government. Their wisdom and insights are helping to guide Canada in its role in the international community.

Author: Ellyn Sanna, William Hunter

Language: English

Binding: Library Binding

Pages: 87

Publisher: Mason Crest

Publication Date: 2005-09-08

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ISBN: 1422200108


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