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First Nations

First Nations Studies emphasize the experience of Indigenous Peoples in terms of cultural survival, education, socio-economic development, healthcare, land claims, justice issues and self-government.

The study of First Nations includes cultural discourse, historical significance, contemporary influence, ethnographic description of aboriginal culture with respect to culture ecology, religious practices & beliefs, family & kinship structure & political systems on a region-by-region basis.

Northern Lights College offers several courses in the study of First Nations peoples including Aboriginal Peoples of Canada, Treaties and Aboriginal Rights & Provincial First Nations.

 

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