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In 1985, by a resolution of the National Assembly, the Québec government of René Lévesque became the first government in Canada to recognize the exitence of aboriginal nations on its territory. In virtue of the resolution, the government recognized the right of the aboriginal peoples to autonomy in Québec, the right to their culture, language and traditions, the right to own and control land, the right to hunt, fish, harvest and participate in the management of wildlife resources, and the right to participate in the economic development of Québec and to benefit from such development. At present, the 10 Amerindian nations and the Inuit nation, totaling some 70,000 inhabitants, account for approximately 1% of Québec's population.
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In 1985, by a resolution of the National Assembly, the Parliament of Québec recognized the existence of aboriginal nations on its territory. In virtue of the resolution, the National Assembly recognized:
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1. the right of the aboriginal peoples to autonomy in Québec;
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2. the right to their culture, language and traditions;
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3. the right to own and control land, the right to hunt, fish, harvest
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4. the right to participate in the management of wildlife resources
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5. the right to participate in the economic development of Québec and to benefit from such development.  
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At present, the 10 Amerindian nations and the Inuit nation, totalling some 70,000 inhabitants, account for approximately 1% of Québec's population.
  
 
==General Resources==
 
==General Resources==

Revision as of 15:42, 13 December 2006

In 1985, by a resolution of the National Assembly, the Parliament of Québec recognized the existence of aboriginal nations on its territory. In virtue of the resolution, the National Assembly recognized:

1. the right of the aboriginal peoples to autonomy in Québec; 2. the right to their culture, language and traditions; 3. the right to own and control land, the right to hunt, fish, harvest 4. the right to participate in the management of wildlife resources 5. the right to participate in the economic development of Québec and to benefit from such development.

At present, the 10 Amerindian nations and the Inuit nation, totalling some 70,000 inhabitants, account for approximately 1% of Québec's population.

General Resources

Governments

Federal

Québec

Note: Indian affairs is a federal jurisdiction in Canada.

  • The indigenous people of Québec
  • Secretariat aux affaires autochtones
  • Aboriginal Population in Québec
  • Québec Native Women Inc.
  • Aboriginal Population in Québec
  • Quebec and Aboriginal peoples allied once again
  • The Natives in Québec
  • Montreal's First Peoples' Festival

Inuit

  • Overview
  • Inuit of Canada
  • Inuit Community
  • Makivik Corporation

Abenakis

  • Overview
  • Abenakis Community

Algonquins

  • Overview
  • Algonquins Community
  • Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation Tribal Council
  • Native Languages of the Americas: Algonquin

Attikameks

  • Overview
  • Atikamekw Community
  • Atikamekw Nation Council
  • Native Languages of the Americas: Attikamekw

Crees

  • Overview
  • Crees Community
  • Quebec's Northern Crees

Hurons-Wendat

  • Overview
  • Wendat Community
  • Huron-Wendat
  • About the Wyandot Nation of Kansas

Malecites

  • Overview
  • Malecites Community
  • Native Languages of the Americas: Maliseet-Passamaquoddy
  • The Maliseet

Micmacs

  • Overview
  • Micmacs Community
  • Mikmaq.ca
  • Native Languages of the Americas: Mi'kmaq

Mohawks

  • Overview
  • Mohawks Community
  • Iroquois (French)
  • Mohawk Council of Akwesasne
  • Mohawks of Kahnawake
  • Onkwehonwe Artificial Intelligence
  • Iroquois Indians

Innu (Montagnais)

  • Overview
  • Innu Nation
  • Montagnais Community
  • Native Languages of the Americas: Montagnais Innu
  • Quebecers and Innu

Innu (Naskapis)

  • Overview
  • Naskapis Community