Property (Real, Intellectual, Cultural)

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1981 Elders' Conference 1/4

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Ernest Tootoosis
Mani Boyd
Johnson Wanepee
Barney Dog
Jim Dumont
Ron Wakegijig
Dan Pine
Indian History Film Project
Description
A conference discussing Indian and Christian creation myths, reflections on education and religion, comparison of Indian and non-Indian values, and the loss of traditional values and beliefs and the movement to recover them.
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1981 Elders' Conference 3/4

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Ernest Tootoosis
Mani Boyd
Johnson Wanepee
Barney Dog
Jim Dumont
Ron Wakegijig
Dan Pine
Indian History Film Project
Description
Elders discuss the loss of traditional religion and values; the relationship between traditional religions and Christianreligions; some stories of the creation and the flood.
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1982 Elders Conference 4/5

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Ted Wheatley
Sam Osawamick
Ernest Debassigae
Joe Yellowhead
Kate Assinewe
Ron Wakegijig
Herman Atkinson
Charlie Neilson
James Mecas
Dan Pine
Louis Bruce
Noel Knockwood
Angus Pontiac
Ernest Tootoosis
Indian History Film Project
Description
A conference discussing comparison of Indian and Christian religions and religious ceremonies, traditional songs and dances, and history of Europeans in North America from the Indian viewpoint.
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Aboriginal Antidiabetic Plant Project With the James Bay Cree of Québec: An Insightful Collaboration

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Alain Cuerrier
Ashleigh Cowning
Elisabeth Patterson
Pierre Haddad
Journal of Enterprising Communities, vol. 6, no. 3, Special Issue: Indigenous Communities, the Bioeconomy and Natural Resource Development, 2012, pp. 251-270
Description
Project involves studying medicinal plants from Aboriginal traditional pharmacopeia. Recommends protocols for researchers when making partnerships and personal relationships with Aboriginal people.
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Aboriginal Communities/Mineral Companies/Governments Working Together: A Checklist to Assist Mineral Companies Active in Areas Near Aboriginal Communities

Alternate Title
Aboriginal Communities / Mineral Companies / Governments Working Together: A Checklist to Assist Mineral Companies Active in Areas Near Aboriginal Communities
Web Sites » Governmental
Author/Creator
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Description
Provides a checklist that has been developed to provide interested companies with some guidance regarding relationships and communication with Aboriginal people.
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Aboriginal Empowerment and Souvenir Trade in Canada

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Valda Blundell
Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 20, no. 1, 1993, pp. 64-87
Description
Looks at Aboriginal-type souvenirs, their production and how they are sold, Canadian laws and intellectual property.
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Aboriginal Policy Reform and the Subsidiarity Principle: A Case Study of the Division of Matrimonial Real Property on Canadian Indian Reserves

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Christopher Alcantara
Canadian Public Administration, vol. 51, no. 2, June 2008, pp. 317-333
Description
Examination of differences in equality rights, due to the Indian Act, as to why Aboriginal women do not have the same rights as Aboriginal men living on-reserve and non-Aboriginal women living off-reserve.
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The Aboriginal Right to Cultural Property

Alternate Title
Part I: Cultural Protection: The Story of a Saanich Bowl
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Patrick Walker
Clarine Ostrove
University of British Columbia Law Review, Special Issue: Material Culture in Flux: Law and Policy of Repatriation of Cultural Property, 1995, pp. [13]-28
Description
Article outlines one possible legal response to the imminent export of a scared object under the Cultural Property Export and Import Act.
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Aboriginal Rights and Title in Canada after Delgamuukw: Part Two: Anthropological Perspectives on Rights, Tests, Infringement & Justification

Alternate Title
Anthropological Perspectives on Rights, Tests, Infringement and Justification
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Brian Thom
Native Studies Review, vol. 14, no. 2, 2001, pp. 1-42
Description
Reviews the 1997 Delgamuukw decision by the Supreme Court of Canada critical to determining the nature and extent of Aboriginal rights and title; and provides insight into the anthropological and legal approaches to title and rights.
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Aboriginal Rights to Cultural Property in Canada

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Catherine E. Bell
Robert K. Paterson

International Journal of Cultural Property, vol. 8, no. 1, January 1999, pp. 167-211
Description
Explores rights regarding movable cultural property.
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Aboriginal Rights Versus the Deed of Surrender: The Legal Rights of Native Peoples and Canada's Acquisition of the Hudson's Bay Company Territory

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Frank J. Tough
Prairie Forum, vol. 17, no. 2, Native Studies, Fall, 1992, pp. 225-250
Description
Outlines the transfer of Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory to the Dominion of Canada, and compares the Hudson Bay Company's claim versus the Aboriginal claim.
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Aboriginal Title and the Provinces After Tsilhqot'in Nation

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Kent McNeil
The Supreme Court Law Review, vol. 71, no. 1, 2015, pp. [67]-89
Description
Looks at changes to inherent limit and extension resulting from the Tsilhqot'in Nation v. British Columbia case. Focuses on changes to provincial jurisdiction over Aboriginal titled lands and land use.
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Aboriginal Title as a Constitutionally Protected Property Right

Alternate Title
Beyond the Nass Valley: National Implications of the Supreme Court's Delgamuukw Decision
E-Books » Chapters
Author/Creator
Kent McNeil
Description
Chapter in book: Beyond the Nass Valley: National Implications of the Supreme Court's Delgamuukw Decision edited by Owen Lippert. Focuses on definition of Aboriginal title according to the courts, as both a property and constitutional right.
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Aboriginal Workers; Aboriginal Labour and the Cattle Industry: Queensland From White Settlement to the Present; Indians at Work: An Informal History of Native Labour in British Columbia, 1858-1930

Book Reviews
Author/Creator
Dianne Newell
BC Studies, no. 117, Spring, 1998, pp. 75-78
Description
Book review of three books: Aboriginal Workers edited by Ann McGrath and Kay Saunders, with Jackie Huggins. Aboriginal Labour and the Cattle Industry by Dawn May. Indians at Work by Rolf Knight. To read review, scroll down to page 75.
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Aborigines and Land Rights in Tasmania – the Deep South

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Denise Gardner
Aboriginal Law Bulletin, vol. 2, no. 52, October 1991, p. 53
Description
Rejection of the Tasmanian Government's Land Rights Bill in the Upper House and the weak efforts at redress the issue of land rights.
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Access and Benefits Sharing of Genetic Resources and Associated Traditional Knowledge in Northern Canada: Understanding the Legal Environment and Creating Effective Research Agreements

Alternate Title
Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Circumpolar Health
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Janis Geary
Cynthia G. Jardine
Jenilee Guebert
Tania Bubela
International Journal of Circumpolar Health, vol. 72, Supplement 1, 2013, p. article no. 21351
Description
Research agreements must be structured to ensure mutual benefits which reflect the equal status of both parties.
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Access to Data and Reports After Completion of a Research Project

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Murielle Nagy
Études Inuit Studies, vol. 35, no. 1-2, Propiété Intellectuelle et Éthique / Intellectual Property and Ethics, 2011, pp. 201-221
Description
Discusses the protocol for reaching a mutually agreeable arrangement that still allows for the researcher to use the data for their own writing and publishing.
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Acknowledging the Repatriation Claims of Unacknowledged California Tribes

Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Carole Goldberg
American Indian Culture and Research Journal, vol. 21, no. 3, 1997, pp. 183-190
Description
Focuses on the unacknowledged or unrecognized bands or tribes, especially in California, and their legal rights of repatriation that are enforceable through the courts.
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An Act for the Gradual Enfranchisement of Indians, the Better Management of Indian Affairs, and to Extend

the Provisions of the Act 31st Victoria, Chapter 42.[Assented to 22nd June, 1869.]

Alternate Title
CAP VI: An Act for the Gradual Enfranchisement of Indians, the Better Management of Indian Affairs, and to Extend the Provisions of the Act 31st Victoria, Chapter 42 [Assented to 22nd June, 1869.]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Act discusses the lawful possession of lands, proceedings used to eject people not in lawful possession, penalty for persons selling liquors, and much more. The Act has 24 sections in total.
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 10th April, 1930.]

Alternate Title
20 - 21 GEORGE V. Chap. 25. An Act to Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 10th April, 1930.]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Changes include prohibition of "inordinate frequenting of a poolroom either on or off an Indian reserve", school attendance, and the acquiring or buying band property.
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 19th July, 1924.]

Alternate Title
14-15 George V. Chap. 47, An Act to Amend the Indian Act. Assented to 19th July, 1924
National Aboriginal Document Database
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Discusses changes to the Indian Act, such as authority over "Eskimo Affairs", dying intestate (without having made a will), and deals regarding leases.
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 23rd May, 1933.]

Alternate Title
23 - 24 George V. Chap. 42. An Act to Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 23rd May, 1933.]
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Amendments to the Indian Act including regulations that pertain to the buying and selling of property and the naming of any RCMP officer or special constable who are appointed to police duty on an Indian reserve "... a truant officer".
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 28th June, 1922.]

Alternate Title
12 - 13 George V. Chap. 26. An Act to Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 28th June, 1922.]
National Aboriginal Document Database
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Amendments include changes regarding Indian band boards and how land may be taken to act upon the Soldier Settlement Act, of 1919.
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 4th May, 1910.]

Alternate Title
9-10 Edward VII. Chap. 28. An Act to Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 4th May, 1910.]
National Aboriginal Document Database
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Changes include : section 37, Recovery of Possession of Reserves; Section 87, any contract or agreement had to be approved by the Superintendent General; and section 105 about how presents or moneys, appropriated by Parliament and held for a band, should be not subject to any judical process for debt or other reason.
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An Act to amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 7th July, 1919]

Alternate Title
9 - 10 George V. Chap. 56. An Act to Amend the Indian Act [Assented to 7th July, 1919]
National Aboriginal Document Database
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Contains changes to the Indian Act, including the issuing of leases and changes to the The Soldier Settlement Act.
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An Act to Further Amend "The Indian Act, 1880." (April 19, 1884)

Alternate Title
Chap. 28. An Act to Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 4th May, 1910.]
Documents & Presentations
Description
Amendments to the Indian Act that discusses 'recovery of possession of reserves' and the decision that every contract or agreement dealing with money must have approval of the Superintendent-General.
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An Act to further amend The Indian Act. [Assented to 23rd July, 1894].

Alternate Title
57 - 58 Victoria. Chap. 32. An Act to Further Amend the Indian Act. [Assented to 23rd July, 1894].
Documents & Presentations
Author/Creator
Government of Canada
Description
Legislative changes include issues relating to the death of a person dying intestate (without a will), bequeathing property, punishments for those found gambling or drunk, and punishments for failing to send children to school.
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Ada Clegg Interview #1

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Ada Clegg
David Stevenson
Indian History Film Project
Description
Brief description of the Hamatsa ritual.
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Adam Solway Interview 1

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Adam Solway
Christine Welsh
Tony Snowsill
Indian History Film Project
Description
Consists of an interview where Adam Solway talks about being orphaned at 8 years and adopted by the Blackfoot Reserve, Alta; his attendance at a residential school; becoming a councillor and then chief of the reserve. He comments on the issues he had to deal with as well as providing comments on contemporary lifestyles and leadership.
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Adam Solway Interview 2

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Adam Solway
Christine Welsh
Tony Snowsill
Indian History Film Project
Description
This is a continuation of an interview with Adam Solway on January 29, 1983 on the Blackfoot Reserve.
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Additional Funding Not the Answer

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Doug Cuthand
Leader Post, December 12, 2005, p. B1
Description
Advocates greater self-reliance and independence in order to improve the reserve housing situation.
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Adequacy of Protection for the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Articles » General
Author/Creator
Michael Dodson
Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, vol. 19, no. 2, March/April 1995, pp. 18-21
Description
Discusses the broader issue of rights in every area of life and the difficulties in the legislative system with recognizing group rights.
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Adrian Hope Interview

Alternate Title
Indian History Film Project
Oral History » Oral Histories
Author/Creator
Adrian Hope
Murray Dobbin
Indian History Film Project
Description
Adrian Hope has been active in Metis politics since the 1920s. He was involved in the organization of the Metis Association of Alberta, the Ewing Commission hearings, and the development of Metis colonies in Alberta.
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After Chiapas: Aboriginal Land and Resistance in the New North America

Alternate Title
After Chiapas Aboriginal Land and Resistance in the New North America
Articles » Scholarly, peer reviewed
Author/Creator
Deborah Simmons
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, vol. 19, no. 1, 1999, pp. 119-148
Description
Analysis the relationship between economic restructuring and Aboriginal land rights in light of the 1994 conflict in Chiapas, Mexico and suggests that fundamental differences can provide directions for finding solutions.
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