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Synonyms for Aboriginal

Synonyms for Aboriginal

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for Aboriginal

a dark-skinned member of a race of people living in Australia when Europeans arrived

characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning

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having existed from the beginning

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The day before the roundtable the Aboriginals released a document entitled Violence against Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada: Review of Reports and Recommendations.
The stakes are enormous, because the future development of Canada's resources, the improvement of its infrastructure and the expansion of its major metropolitan areas inevitably involve the use of land, almost all of which might be claimed by some group of Aboriginals, supported by their army of lawyers and consultants, as part of their domain.
Training and Workforce Development Minister Murray Cowper said the Aboriginal Business Directory WA was a free service listing Aboriginal businesses operating in WA.
This portrait of the Aboriginal population sheds light upon the disparities between Aboriginals and the general Canadian population, disparities that can be rectified through preventive strategies, such as Aboriginal-specific early childcare.
Being successful in education is important and we really want to support Aboriginals," said Whiskeyjack.
Aboriginal women went from being central forces in their communities to having little value.
Statistics Canada recently released a report citing two-thirds, or 67 per cent, of Aboriginal women in a study group were considered overweight compared to 55 per cent of non-Aboriginal women.
The federal prison system has practices that discriminate against Aboriginal offenders," Correctional Investigator Howard Sapers says in his Annual Report of the Corrections Ombudsman.
Recent decades have seen remarkable gains in the education levels achieved by aboriginals.
By 2003, the number of Aboriginals between the ages of 20 and 24 without a high school diploma dropped to 48 percent from 52 percent five years earlier but it still was almost double the figure at the national level.
One of Canada's most renowned negotiators for Aboriginal affairs is in Northern Ontario identifying long-term job opportunities for First Nations people.
Statistical evidence clearly indicates the under-participation of Aboriginals in education at all levels.
My intention here is not to criticise the non-Aboriginals who work in Aboriginal organisations, nor indeed their Aboriginal employers.
Despite a growing middle class (Parriag and Chaulk 2013), and a significant population base, Aboriginal peoples (1) remain politically underrepresented at the local level and "tend to be viewed solely as marginal populations in need of assistance, not as valued assets or productive contributors to urban localities" (Horak 2012:148).
In this important discussion Turner examines the fit between liberal theory and Aboriginal rights.