Beyond the Indian Act: Restoring Aboriginal Property Rights by Tom Flanagan et al. (McGill-Queen’s, 2010)

Contrary to popular belief, the Indian Act isn't really a helpful document. Not to Native people, anyway. The Indian Act basically prevented Native people from manifesting their own destinies. The Act prevented Aboriginal land ownership, which in turn stifled economic growth, partly due to the inability of a First Nations community to conduct any sort... Continue Reading →

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