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The Displacement of Native Culture and Identity

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“In today’s modern Society, cultural significance is dying out…As we go along, more and more Native culture is forgotten. What happened in history has made the situation what it is today.” For many Canadian Aboriginals raised with highly traditional Aboriginal principles, the transition to mainstream Canadian culture can be a long, stressful, and isolating one. ‘Aboriginal’ or ‘Indigenous’ are broadly accepted terms that refers generally to individuals who inhabited land from times before the arrival of colonists.

However, Aboriginal people exist all over the world, so ‘First Nations’ is a term referring to Aboriginal people in North America specifically.

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