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How To Be a Better Treaty Person

Publication: New Trail

“Most Indigenous people know that their ancestors envisioned a strong future for them through treaty negotiations, says Chelsea Vowel, ’00 BA, ’09 LLB, ’20 MA, an assistant lecturer at the U of A’s Faculty of Native Studies. And many Indigenous people have signed treaties, which describe how they can live together in a good way with settler society (descendants of European settlers) and new immigrants. That explanation of “treaties” might sound simple, but from there it gets more complicated.”

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