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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Identity Tools Traditions Inspired Inuit's The Collective Rights Gear Methods Storytelling Mythology Dancing Traditions double click to change this header text! Clothing Lifestyle Culture This group has collective rights, because it has more to do with Canada's history,these rights recognize the founding people of Canada, and Canada would not behere today without the help of this group. 1976Inuit Tapirisat of Canada (ITC) presents its first proposition for Nunavut. It is entitled, Nunavut: a Proposal for the Settlement of Inuit lands in the Northwest Territories. 1991December negotiations, conclude a final land claim agreement. 1992Voters in the Northwest Territories agree to a formation of an inuit governed territory called Nunavut. (Nunavut means our land in Inuktitut language)The final land claim agreement was signed in April by negotiators. 1993Following nearly 15 years of negotiations TFN including representatives of BRIA and the government of Canada meet in Iqaluit on May 25th, to sign the Nunavut land claims agreement. 1999Formation of an Inuit governed territory called Nunavut takes effectIn the summer of 1999, QIA and the government of Canada completed negotiations for an, Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement (IBA) for the establishment of, 3 national parks in Qikiqtani region. 2002QIA board passes a resolution, combining youth, elders, women, health, and policy Niutaq Cultural Institute in one new department. 2003NTI designates QIA as a designated Inuit organization to carry out certain responsibilities under, article 20 of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement. 2005QIA brings to conclusion the dog slaughter/ relocation issue and Inuit regain their history.True depictions of Inuit and their history made widely available.Inuktitut is entrenched into everyday life and schools.Social, cultural and economical development plans designed by Inuit for Inuit.Increased and improved infrastructure to better serve all.Canada pledged $4.3 billion in a landmark deal with Indian and northern Inuit communities to help lift, them from the poverty and disease that has plagued their neglected reserves for more than a century. Of the Pros The pros is that because only Canada has collective rights which means Canada has all different cultures mixed in. Different cultures means different ways of living for Canadians and different ways to have fun, wear clothes, play sports, different cuisines etc In history, Alberta became the 1st jurisdiction to provide land to the Métis, gladly this helped established some communities. The cons is that only Canada has these collective rights, which means more responsibilities and political issues with Aboriginals, Francophones and Anglophones. In history, Canada made something called a script that was a policy designed to assimilate the Métis and did not help build healthy communities, sadly it broke apart communities. Cons 1979ITC presents to the government of Canada its 3rd proposal for the creation of Nunavut in a document entitled Political Development in Nunavut.ITC acknowledges that Nunavut would be governed by a public government. By, Jason
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