Aboriginal


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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 potential for development of Edmonton's Aboriginal business and professional sector will only be realized through public, private, and community collaboration in mutually supportive initiatives to remove the barriers to success in business for the Aboriginal community and nurture development of the Aboriginal business and professional sector," said Houle.
And with future Aboriginal youth entrepreneurs in mind, Aksis hosts an annual Indian Summer Golf Tournament.
Part 1, 'Behind the barriers--the background to Indigenous involvement in racing', traces the relationship between Aboriginal people and the horse.
An infamous trifecta involving offences for disorderly or offensive conduct, resisting arrest and assaulting police channelled Aboriginal people into prisons in the 1970s.
The accepted social or relational Aboriginal sense of self is usually contrasted with the individuated, self-contained 'self' which is common to the West.
Some Aboriginal students arrive on campus from rural communities or reserves and may not be completely comfortable in an unfamiliar city or university setting," said Timmons.
The Unfortunate History of Colonization: A Look At the Aboriginal Population Yesterday and Today
Victoria has the strongest laws in the nation to protect its Aboriginal cultural heritage.
Second, Aboriginal people (defined as Indian, Inuit and Metis peoples), collectively, have rights that are enshrined in Canada's Constitution.
The term 'mathematics' may be vague from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective.
Cities are now home to over half of all Aboriginal peoples in Canada and over half of this group live in large urban centres (Statscan 2011).
Gathering places provide a welcoming environment for Aboriginal students" said Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson.
As a matter of fact, and as Simpson's column points out, in 2013 the Commissioner of the RCMP actually initiated such an inquiry, which was published the following year under the title Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women: A National Operational Overview.
Aboriginal women went from being central forces in their communities to having little value.
More Indigenous nurses will be employed atThe Children's Hospital at Westmead as part of its Aboriginal Workforce Plan.
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