High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development is the department of the government of Canada with for policies relating to Aboriginal peoples in Canada, that comprise the First Nations Inuit and Métis. The term "Indian" as referenced in the department's name refers to Status Indians defined by the Indian Act. Indian remains in place for "First Nations" groups as the legal term used in the Canadian Constitution. However its usage outside such situations has fallen into decline as has the term Eskimo. Aboriginals is more commonly used when referring to the three groups of indigenous peoples as a whole. It also refers to self-identification of Aboriginal people who live within Canada claiming rights of Sovereignty or Aboriginal title to lands. The department is overseen by the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, currently Chuck Strahl.
UitgeverFrederic P. Miller
UitgeverAgnes F. Vandome
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Frederic P. Miller
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